Lenovo’s New Patent Shows A Google Glass-Like Wearable

Lenovo has recently filed a patent in the United States for an audio and video recorder that shows the company’s ambitions of building its own wearable HUD. The patent appeared on the USPTO website, and shows a device that looks like a pair of glasses with mounted displays. The VOD displays are believed to be from Lumus Labs – a producer…



Lenovo has recently filed a patent in the United States for an audio and video recorder that shows the company’s ambitions of building its own wearable HUD.

The patent appeared on the USPTO website, and shows a device that looks like a pair of glasses with mounted displays. The VOD displays are believed to be from Lumus Labs – a producer of military-grade products for the US Air Force including high-quality optics. The patent also mentions of bone conduction microphones which should allow for audio to be transmitted directly into the body.

Based on Lenovo’s filing, it looks like the company isn’t trying to register the patent as a wearable, probably to avoid any patent infringement issues with other companies. Nonetheless, it shows that the Taiwanese manufacturer is really interested in making some sort of wearable in the future.

 

Source: TechCrunch

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