The Vufine+ wearable display fits on your glasses, acting as second display of your smartphone, tablet, camera or other devices. Pretty cool? Let’s continue checking.
The Vufine+ is an innovative and advanced wearable display designed to work with your glasses. As we can see from the images, the wearable display shows off an ultra compact and low-profile design, so you won’t worry about it add too much weight on your glasses.
Using a magnetic docking station, you can easily attach the wearable display on your glasses, and a small stabilizer is designed to provide more stable experience, but Vufine+ doesn’t support very thin wire frames abs very thick embellished frames.
The Vufine+ is able to connect to most major smartphones, tablets, laptops, drones and cameras, and it features a 960 x 540 LCOS panel in order to provide a second monitor or mirrored display for every wearer.
Furthermore, the wearable display has three modes: Standard, Zoom and Fit. The Standard mode in landscape appears approx as a 4-inch display about a foot from your eye. Portrait and 4:3 displays appear within the screen size as it would a desktop monitor with pillar boxing. Moreover, Zoom mode increases portrait and 4:3 displays by 77% and zooms landscape to take up 33% more of the panel. The Fit mode expands 16:9 landscape by 33%.
In addition, its magnetic docking station features a ball joint and pivoting arm, so you can flexibly adjust your Vufine+ wearable display for optimal viewing experiences.
Price and shipment date
The crowdfunding campaign for Vufine+ is ongoing on Kickstarter. You can pledge $159 to preorder the wearable display. If reaching its funding campaign, it will be shipped in January 2017.