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January 5, 2017

Epson announces availability of Moverio BT-300 Developer Edition at CES

The new AR platform is designed for software developers creating new experiences in augmented reality. Additionally, the highly anticipated Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition glasses will be available to pilots later this month. Optimized for use with DJI hardware, the Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition glasses will enhance the safety, productivity and capabilities of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).


According to a press release, featuring Epson’s unique silicon-based Si-OLED digital display technology, the glasses are powered by the Android 5.1 OS and run on a quad core Intel Atom X5 processor. This powerful Moverio platform enables developers to create life-like 3D AR experiences, while being more than 70% lighter than Epson’s first-generation glasses.  A 5 mega pixel front-facing camera and on-board sensors enable the Moverio BT-300 to recognize objects in the real world.  The Si-OLED projection system can then seamlessly render 3D content in the real world, with no display background or edges in the field of view.

Sharing the same powerful hardware platform as the Developer Edition, the Moverio BT-300 Drone Edition comes pre-loaded with the DJI Go app for use with most DJI hardware.  The Drone Edition glasses feature clip-on dark shades for use in bright sunlight as well as special fasteners that secure the Moverio controller onto the DJI phone mount for easy operation.

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