Quantum Interface Offers Alternative User Experience
At this early stage in smart glasses introduction there’s room for a great deal of experimentation with different interaction modes. What works for one use case or feature may not be suitable for another. In all likelihood it will be possible for users to switch modes, depending on the nature of a task, the need for editing or other input options and support from a remote expert.
Quantum Interface has announced in this press release that it is offering an alternative to the user experience provided out of the box by Epson for the Moverio smart glasses. Quantum Interface is the name of both the company and the new software technology which can be integrated optionally to provide low power and intuitive options for controlling digital objects in the user line of site.