China’s Smart Glasses

News and Travel Editor

China is famous for inventions. Gunpowder, paper, printing and the marine compass are often regarded as the four great inventions of Ancient China. Kites, umbrellas, toilet paper and ketchup are some less well-known examples of Chinese innovation.

In this week’s upload, we are joined by tech and travel blogger Hyper Trypsy as he investigates the latest invention-making waves in the tech scene in China and around the world, augmented reality glasses. Hyper Trypsy is invited to explore Beijing based tech company Alto Tech and try on their Cool Glasses.

The glasses will cost between $280 and $430, much cheaper than other Augmented Reality glasses on the market. The wearable tech allows you to text, make calls, navigate, take photos and even record HD video. A touchpad on the side allows users to control the device by swiping through an interface displayed on the screen. The glasses can also be controlled using voice recognition.

What’s the future for augmented reality and wearable tech? Alto Tech believe that their affordable headsets will make what once seemed a novelty become essential to everyday life. Imagine  being able to read recipes as you cook, get directions whilst taking in the views and record a special moment without watching it through a screen. Hyper Trypsy puts the glasses to the test on the Great Wall of China and gives us his verdict. Would you want them on your next trip? Let us know in the comments below!

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