Wearable display Vufine+ has a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels

A year ago on the site Kickstarter was organized to raise funds for the launch of the wearable display Vufine. A small device fixed to the frame of the spectacles, attracted the attention of potential users. The authors of the project managed to raise more than $240 000. The finished displays were timely distributed to all 1400 members of the campaign. Successful experience inspired the creators Vufine on the further development of their offspring. Now on Kickstarter is raising funds to release a wearable display Vufine+.

The developers claim that the display has become more and more flexible. Completely redesigned docking station.

Like its predecessor, the display Vufine+ can connect to a very wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, drones and cameras, acting as a second display. It can output copy of the image displayed on the main display, or both displays can work as one large display, so that information is shared between them. The connection is HDMI.

The device works without recharging for an hour and a half. Display resolution — 960 x 540 pixels.

The first participants of fundraising could reserve display Vufine+ for $159. The organizers plan to collect at least $100,000. At the time of writing the news collected slightly more than $91 000. Before the end of the fundraising remains 20 days. The shipment of the finished displays, the developers promise to start in January 2017.

Source: Kickstarter


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