At Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2016, Sony has unveiled the latest Xperia Eye, a 360-degree wide-angle lens camera that’s designed to be clipped onto your clothing or worn around your neck. Unlike other wearable cameras that are mostly designed for spying or other security purposes, the Xperia wearable camera acts as your personal sidekick for capturing everyday life moments using superior quality lens, rather than your smartphone.
Although Sony Xperia ‘X’ series is quite popular in form of smartphones, but now Japanese firm wants people to ditch smartphones for clicking everyday images.The ultra compact, wearable wide-angle lens camera is quite flexible to use- as it can be attached to the wearer’s clothes or worn like a piece of jewelry around his/her neck.
Delivering Sony’s well-known camera and sensing technology, Xperia Eye comes in very small design and seems like any regular USB drive with ability to offer a natural field of view of the surroundings. The device is also integrated with intelligent shutter technology, which depends on facial and voice detection to capture images. So, without getting too involved into the technology one can simply click life’s moments with ease.
Besides Xperia Eye, Sony has also revealed Xperia Ear and Xperia Projector at the MWC 2016. Xperia Ear takes the form of an earpiece and designed to let you use all Sony devices hands-free. The Sony Xperia Ear supports NFC or Bluetooth and comes fitted with an all-day battery life.
On the other hand, Xperia Projector offers an interactive user interface for projecting images and videos on any flat surface. It takes form of a compact tower-shaped device, unlike any conventional projector. All these proof-of-concept devices are truly revolutionary and would certainly make our future better and simpler. However there is no word on the availability of these devices yet, but we’re hoping to see them soon on the market.
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