Epson device suggests augmented-reality devices need a clear purpose

05/2/2013 | VentureBeat

Google is struggling to find broad consumer appeal for its Google Glass augmented-reality device, but Epson is taking a more focused approach to augmented reality, writes Ricardo Bilton. The company's Moverio BT-100 glasses, bulky as they may be, are designed specifically for worker training. As such, they are better positioned to demonstrate the real-world utility of AR, he writes.

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