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Mirama Smartglasses

Mirama Smartglasses


Brilliantservice is currently developing the “Mirama Smartglasses“. The heart of Mirama and its most unique feature is its patent pending gesture recognition system and gesture controlled user interface.

Bluetechnix developed the hardware module that enables gesture recognition in Mirama. By combining gestures and augmented reality Mirama lets you interact directly with reality in a way that has never been possible before.

With Mirama you stay connected with your surrounding. For example, with camera view sharing and remote assistance (sharing of gestures) you can get support in a completely new way that is not possible with any other device. Efficiency is expected to be vastly improved while at the same time making the workers' everyday tasks easier.

No more digging your pockets for your smartphone, launch an app, search for what you see and then perform the action. With Mirama smartglasses you interact directly with reality. Just look at the sign of your favorite restaurant and make a gesture to "check-in", "like" or whatever might be the thing of the day.

quote wheel The first Mirama prototype used an off-the-shelf ToF module not adapted to HMD usage with limited software compatibility to Mirama and this prevented us to use the ToF camera to its full capability. To solve this we developed together with Bluetechnix a n Johannes Lundberg, Senior engineer at Brilliantservice. Project leader, manager and lead developer of Mirama

How does it work?

On a head mount display Brilliantservice mounted a RGB camera for photo and video and a ToF (Time of flight) camera for gesture recognition which was specially tailored by Bluetechnix. The head mount display also contains a head tracker with gyro, compass and accelerometer. This is connected to a laptop via USB and VGA/HDMI.

All processing except the ToF camera depth map is done on the laptop and the laptop's battery is providing the power. Similar to the mouse cursor on a desktop computer the image of your hands are displayed on the screen in front of you and you focus on this when interacting, not your real hand. Because this is a live image of your real hands it provides for a very smooth and natural feeling when interacting with the user interface.

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