• ORA : See-through Eyewear by optinvent

    ORA SMART GLASSES

    ORA is the most powerful & complete smart glasses platform in the world.
  • ORA : Head mounted display that only weight 70g

    World
    class team

    Optinvent SA is a leading maker of cutting edge AR Eyewear. The team is recognized in the industry with over 20 years of experience in the field.
  • ORA Augmented reality by Optinvent  - HUD biking

    Beyond AR

    2 modes : Augmented Reality + Glance mode. Image can be centered or placed in your peripheral vision.
  • Optical research illustration

    Patented Technology

    Optinvent's state-of-the-art technology is protected by several intl. patents
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2014 Aug

Wearable Tech LA

Posted by Optinvent


Optinvent presented the ORA-1 pre-production version at the Pasadena Convention center on July 17 for Wearable Tech LA (www.wearableechla.com). Optinvent’s CEO was also featured in a panel on Wearables and Entertainment and there was great press coverage of the event: Here

An exclusive event to meet the best of Hollywood, Music, Sports and Wearable Tech. This event featured athletes from the NBA and NFL, celebrities, TV personalities, and inspiring musicians not to mention a first look at emerging wearable computing and IoT startups. Top tier VCs, and large corporation were there too (e.g. Amazon, AT&T, Intel, Samsung, Qualcomm, adidas, Nike, Disney, etc...), plus leading wearable computing companies like Optinvent, Breathometer, Misfit, OMsignal, Avegant, NeuroSky, etc..). There was even a trainer wolf carrying a GoPro camera on stage! Thanks to Julien Blin and Loic Maestracci for making this such a fun event.

 Wearable Technology Show
2014 Apr

Lunettes intelligentes : quels usages pour la lecture ?



Depuis quelques mois, les lunettes connectėes sont connues du grand public grâce aux fameuses Google Glass, qui n'en finissent pas de faire rêver ou d'effrayer. Le Labo de la Bibliothèque nationale de France, qui s'intėresse aux innovations technologiques, consacrait un temps de discussion à ces objets connectės et leurs fonctionnalitės.

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