For starters, the SeeThru headset doesn't come equipped with a camera. That means no video recording or pictures, and for some headsets out there, it could mean a real decrease in AR data, too. Thankfully, the SeeThru headset makes up for its lack of visual data with a whole suite of built-in sensors. Three separate gyroscopes, accelerometers and compasses make sure that your headset knows exactly where you're looking at any given time.
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The SeeThru AR headset is most assuredly a Google Glass competitor, but how it goes about augmenting your reality is a little different.
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