Seeing through tech for the near future

Published: 19th August 2013 12:34 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th August 2013 12:34 PM   |  A+A-


How about experiencing a movie on a wide screen anywhere through an optical head-mounted display? Remember the ‘famous’ Google glasses? Yes, something similar to it but definitely more private than the Google Glass. That’s what Epson has brought in for people through Moverio BT 100, a see-through mobile viewer connected to an android device which can store up to 32 GB content. This not only proves technology can provide an eye-popping experience but also that Epson has more to it than just Printers.

Apart from printers, Epson is heading towards all other segments widening their gamut, especially now in lifestyle and education. A whole range of home theatre projectors, Ultra Show throw Interactive projectors for ‘smart’ schools, portable photo printers with commendable resolution, handy label printers and what not. “Ultimately, we want people to know the options available in the market and emphasise that Epson has wide range of products to cater every segment. Be it kids or professionals, home use or office use, low cost or high end, we have all range of products that serve everybody. Now that the everybody wants a home experience in their products, we are now concentrating on the lifestyle sector,” said N Sambamoorthy, Director – sales and Marketing, Epson, at a recent walk through Tech carnival called enVision organised by them in Chennai.

This two day carnival takes through the wholesome experience of integrating various products in our daily life.Efficiently managing resources and blending technology in lifestyle, this Japan based company is all set to leave its mark in many other sectors.


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