HC1 Headset Computer: Brand New Wearable Computer on the Line
Motorola Solutions unveiled the HC1 Headset Computer recently, offering the market with a new alternative for wearable computer. Needless to say, it’s not the first time we see typical device. Before HC1, Google announced the Google Project Glass and COMEDD scientists in Germany have also invented a head mounted display which can function like any computing device.
So, basically there are very few differences among all these devices, though if you ask which one is the sleekest, we’d definitely answer Google Glass. The Motorola HC1 Headset Computer is nowhere to be said attractive but again this thing is not made for fashionista. Rather, it is manufactured to help engineers get their job done by providing access to a computer with all the crucial info they need. Sure there is a lot more than that about the HC1 but for starter, why don’t you watch the video below?
How do you like it now? It may look ugly and too conservative but it’s loaded with everything you need for a hands-free computer access. The mounted display is indeed quite small but you can actually view everything displayed by a 15-inch laptop. Simply turn your head to right and left or up and down to get to see the unseen.
All commands are executed without requiring any interfere from your hand. You just need to say what you need to view, and the HC1 Headset Computer is smart enough to recognize your voice and do exactly what you tell it. There is also a camera by which you can allow someone to remotely stream video about what you currently see. This is helpful if you need guidance in real time. Obviously, it’s not a toy for amateur but it will be nice if we can get our hands on it.