Back in June of 2015, a relatively unknown company by the name of Daqri introduced an augmented reality-enabled hard hat that they dubbed the Smart Helmet.
While there clearly is not yet massive adoption among the trades for a more than $1,000 hard hat, that doesn’t mean Daqri has ceased innovation. In fact, as Construction Junkie reports, the company unveiled its next wearable device purpose-built for the architecture, engineering and construction industry: Smart Glasses. (Not to be confused with Google Glass, of course…)
Here is a video showcasing Daqri’s products at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show:
And here is a case study produced by Autodesk and Mortensen showcasing the Smart Helmet:
Learn more about the entire product line at Daqri’s website.