With the latest software updates for its Focals smart glasses, North has essentially represented its customers as marketing evangelists for friends and family.
On Monday, the company unveiled the latest software updates for its smartglasses, which include two new features, Lenscast and Wonderland, which allow iPhone users to share their focal experiences with others, as well as some improvements in their apps' quality of life ,
While focals smart glasses do not have outward-facing cameras, the lenscasting feature takes over the screen of the iPhone to overlay the focals head-up display information with the live camera view. This allows users to simulate the Smartglass view of focals.
Loop's wearable loop controller also allows users to rotate through the virtual screens.
If this does not pass on other users, the Wonderland feature provides the user with an opportunity to try focals for themselves.
After While running through a demo To optimize the display, users can view an animated landscape, send messages, play games, or find interesting places nearby, with the Loop device again serving as a way to switch between experiences, adding functionality to their Calendar app. Users can now click in calendar events to send pre-made messages to subscribers, create audio notes and manage to-do lists. Experience with friends about new software updates ” width=”280″ height=”280″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>