Pokemon Go has taken the world by storm. It’s not uncommon to see dozens of people walking around parks and city streets with their heads into their phones, trying to catch Pokemons. Doing so means you’re not keeping your eyes on the road, which has already led to a few accidents. But if you could play Pokemon Go while paying attention to the world around you? That’s exactly what is being attempted by Recon,they are porting the popular game to a pair of Android-based smart glasses the company released last year. The setup isn’t perfect and it doesn’t work completely just yet, but even what its seen so far provides an exciting glimpse at the next wave of augmented reality and cause Pokemon Go to look more real
At Intel’s Developer Forum in San Francisco this week, company demonstrated Racon Jet Glasses in action. Since the Jet already has GPS, WiFi and a fully baked OS, a Recon software developer by the name of Patrick Cho was able to move Pokemon Go over to it as a standalone app. The caveat here is that the Jet doesn’t have LTE, so you’ll have to figure out how to get WiFi if you’re out and about an important consideration when playing Pokemon Go. Mine used a hotspot connection to a phone for its internet connection, so we were good there. Cho also had to reorient the Pokemon Go screen from portrait to landscape mode to accommodate the Jet’s 428 x 240 resolution display.
So we can basically say the Pokemon company Niantic can use these glasses for their Pokemon Go before launching their lenses. Here’s the full article on it.What are your views on this future technology…Give your views in comment section below.That’s all for today.Stick with us for all latest news of pokemon go and other anime seasons too.Like our facebook page, and if you are a youtuber or some fan looking for a platform for marketing….feel free to contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] will get to you in no time and have a discussion over.