Weston, FL—At CES, Human Capable Inc. introduced Norm Glasses. Norm glasses, which is a CES 2019 Innovations Award honoree, in the digital imaging and photography category, are barely distinguishable from regular sunglasses. However, they have a “mini computer” embedded inside the frame. It contains a CPU, camera, memory, battery, speakers, microphones and a display system. The glasses project digital information into the user’s field of view.
With Norm Glasses, the user can see instructions while continuing to work with his hands, see and respond to text messages, answer or make phone calls, etc. For the models equipped with a camera, it can also scan barcodes, take pictures or record videos. The glasses also support live streaming/broadcasting and remote assistance.
In addition, Norm Glasses incorporate voice recognition that doesn’t depend on an Internet connection, allowing the wearer to interact with Norm via voice assistance. Moreover, a finger-movement-based interaction solution is in the pipeline.
“Smart glasses are not new. But people have been waiting for products that look normal, lightweight and affordable. It’s believed that someday ‘smart glasses will be the Norm’; we at Human Capable Inc. like to contribute our part to make it a reality quicker.”
Human Capable Inc. focuses on products that can enhance human capabilities. It worked on developing Norm Glasses for more than three years. It was “hoping to enable people to interact with the digital world in a hands-free and heads-up manner, naturally and reliably.”