Price of smart glasses with moving mirror

As the carrier of emerging augmented reality technology, smart glasses can make people have different visual experience through VR technology. While enjoying the benefits brought by advanced technology, we must also admit that compared with ordinary glasses, it has a relatively high cost. Take Epson smart glasses for example, which is equipped with silicon crystal OLED panel. Due to the panel structure, the light guide direction can be changed, and the size of the lens and the light guide plate can be greatly reduced. The head device only weighs 69g, and it is not easy to be tired when worn for a long time, so it can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere. With this advantage alone, we can realize that smart glasses are by no means the level of mass consumption. But then again, smart glasses are more expensive, but consumers can consider them from the perspective of cost performance, so they won't feel very expensive.

At present, the price of AR smart glasses on the market, such as hololens, is 20000 yuan. Google glasses has stopped production, realmax

Epson is now a mass production model, but the effect of Epson's bt-200 is average, and the price of MBT-2000 is about 1w5; Realmax glasses have a good effect. The price of the mass production machine is estimated to be around 8000. Lenovo M100 in China is still in the testing stage, and the specific price is unknown. The expected price is about 1W; Baidu eye has been receiving only publicity articles, but it has never seen a prototype.

"CE" mark is a kind of safety certification mark, which is regarded as the passport for manufacturers to open and enter the European market. CE stands for the unity of Europe. All products with "CE" logo can be sold in EU member states without meeting the requirements of each member state, thus realizing the free circulation of goods within the scope of EU Member States.

In the EU market, the "CE" mark is a compulsory certification mark. Whether it is products produced by enterprises within the EU or products produced in other countries, in order to circulate freely in the EU market, it is necessary to affix the "CE" mark to show that the products meet the basic requirements of the EU "new method for technology harmonization and standardization". This is a mandatory requirement of EU law on products.

CE certification is the "main requirement" that constitutes the core of the European directive, that is, the basic safety requirements of products that do not endanger the safety of human beings, animals and goods, rather than the general quality requirements. The coordination directive only specifies the main requirements, and the general directive requirements are the task of the standard. Therefore, the exact meaning is: CE mark is a safety qualification mark, not a quality qualification mark.

Smart glasses exported to the EU must be CE certified.

Smart glasses, also known as smart glasses, refers to "like smart phones, with independent operating system, smart glasses can be installed by the user software, games and other software service providers to provide the program.". Smart glasses can add schedule, map navigation, interact with friends, take photos and videos, and make video calls with friends through voice or action control, and can realize wireless network access through mobile communication network. It is learned that Microsoft has disclosed a number of patents for products similar to Google glasses.