Top-Rated Smart Glasses


Smart Glasses Overview

Each pair of Smart Glasses has its own pros and cons. Depending on the use case, some perform better than others. They all vary in terms of the frame’s size, battery life, video quality, and ruggedness. Wearers often experiment with a couple of different smart glass devices, given the various user experiences that the fields of view and frames offer. Here is some basic information on the kinds of smart glasses we support.

Google Glass

Google Glass

  • Design: Compact Frame, sleek, lightweight design, available in four different colors
  • Interface: Voice Activation, Head Gestures
  • Ruggedness: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Field of View: Monocular
  • Accessories: Clear visor, sunglasses, third-party safety glasses
Vuzix m100

Vuzix M100

  • Design: Intermediate Frame; Light industrial usage
  • Interface: Buttons, Voice, Head Gestures
  • Ruggedness: Indoor/Outdoor
  • Field of View: Monocular
  • Accessories: Headphone-style Mount, Safety Glasses Mount, Third party glasses mounts
Epson BT-200

Epson BT-200

  • Design: Full Framed
  • Interface: External Trackpad, Head Gestures
  • Ruggedness: Indoor
  • Field of View: Binocular
  • Accessories: Removable Shades, Prescription lens insert
ODG R6

ODG R-7 HL

  • Design: Full Framed
  • Interface: Trackpad, Buttons
  • Ruggedness: Indoor/Outdoor; Optimal smart glasses for hazardous environments (Certifications: 61000-4-2 ESD, MIL-STD 810G and 461F, ANSI Z87.1)
  • Field of View: Binocular
  • Accessories: Swappable Lenses, Removable ear horns