Smart Eyewear – Where & Why
Smart eyewear has been on the market for a number of years, but has not taken hold as expected. This talk will cover such topics as: where smart eyewear is likely to have traction (e.g. professions with a need for low touch activities), where smart eyewear is “on hold” for now in society (e.g. consumer device used on a daily basis), and what makes a good application. Additionally, this presentation will cover areas where developing with smart eyewear differs from a mobile device, which is put away when not being used, or a smart watch, that can be ignored.
Mr. Bobby Chawla is a distinguished engineer with extensive experience in the Design of Complex Systems, 2D & 3D Graphics, and Real-Time Systems. In 2010, Bobby established his own Professional Services consulting company focusing on Real-Time Software, Modelling, and Simulation projects. He had the opportuity of working with IoT devices and wearables since 2013. Being invited as an early adopter of Google Glass, he has been following the dynamics of “Smart Eyewear” industry for almost 5 years now. The concept’s value only came to light in 2016 – many manufactures started producing Smart Eyeware and many industries expressed an interest in the field. This interest prompted Bobby to start Brighter Sight whose purpose is Human-Systems-Integration company specializing in wearable technology.