Intel is finally catching up and creating a pair of augmented reality smart glasses. They may make an appearance at Intel’s developer show next month. They will show all of the details during a technical session while it is being held in San Francisco. All of the information about the glasses isn’t available yet, but they seem very similar and just between the two glasses created by Microsoft and Google.
They describe it as a product that uses Intel’s Collaboration Suite video capabilities to "transform Intel's enterprise collaboration experiences with secure, cost-effective, hands-free and augmented reality technologies."
The glasses are a blend from the real world into a virtual world, creating 3D objects, video chat such as Skype or video games that have a 3D effect but at the same time have a real world background.
They also allow a remote way of communication. For example, if one were to video chat or Skype while wearing the glasses it allows them to be hands free and more remote instead of having to hold up a cell phone or sit in front of a computer. It would also blend virtual and real world into one during the video chat and in the future help out with areas such as medicine and education.
Smart glasses and components manufactured by Intel might also run into some problems like their competitors, such as being too bulky or not being allowed to wear them in public places. A popular game such as Pokemon Go could enhance the glasses capabilities such as being able to measure distance and recognize items and map locations.
Although Intel already has Smart Glasses, they do not do what the new AR glasses would be doing. One of the features that differentiates them from the others is the Real-sense camera. It goes in depth with the shape and contour of objects