The ThirdEye Augmented Reality Software Platform
Live Point of View Communication via X1 Smartglass
By rotating your head to the left, the virtual screen displays the live video call with the remote web-based user. The aim of this is to feel as if you have someone helping right over your shoulder.
The middle screen is clear enabling you to be hands-free and continue with your task easily.
By rotating your head to the right, the virtual screen displays any annotated images or data (pdf, word, etc) that is sent by the remote user.
Three-Screen Interface enabling user to be Hands-Free
Hovering the cursor over a menu icon for_seconds opens the respective menu
Hovering the cursor over the left and right icon begins the call or cancels the command, respectively
This image exhibits "3 screen" layout seen from wearer's point of view
As person rotates, Augmented reality screens remain fixed to field of view.
A remote expert can take a screenshot, annotate it and send it directly into the field of view of the X1 wearer. The remote expert can also annotate directly in the field of view of the expert. For example, say a remote person A is having trouble fixing some machinery. Person A puts on the X1 and an expert who could be thousands of miles away in front of a desk can annotate the field of view of person A to indicate exactly where the issue is- all with real-time audio & video communication.
Two users wearing X1s can connect and see each others’ Point of View as well. However, the most commonly used case is a person wearing the X1 and another person in front of web browser.
Any screenshots, recordings or any other data during a session between users can be saved in a secure database for access later. For example, if a user wants to re-watch a video where a remote expert annotates to show how to fix some machinery.
The X1 runs on our custom ThirdEye Android OS. If your smart glasses use Android and has the necessary hardware components, the ThirdEye software can be modified to run on that smart glasses.