A start-up Vufine presented a very innovative product – a wearable display which is attached to the glasses temple and transmits the image to the right eye. The resolution of the display is 960×540 and it works with any devices, fitted with a HDMI-outlet, including smartphones, tablets and laptops. The display functions in two modes: duplicating of the image from the main screen or serving as a regular additional screen.
Manufacturers claim that although in our modern times people operate so much technology, visual information is always necessary, especially when your hands are busy with something else. Vufine provides users with a closer look at any images or applications from any mobile devices. Manufacturers believe that the product will be especially useful for displaying maps or routes, watching videos or working with graphics. Unfortunately, the battery in the Vufine is quite small – it lasts one 1.5 hours.
To begin the mass production of the device, funds are being raised at Kickstarter. More than 240.000 dollars have already been raised, so Vufine is soon expected to be out for sale. If you want to pre-order the device, it will cost you $159 and the first deliveries are planned for January, 2017.