I'll provide more details in our next episode, which is coming up very soon.These are early pre-production prototypes (so forgive some of the minor fitment issues).Let me know your thoughts
Corey, these look great. Some of us have had our prescriptions change slightly. Will you be reaching out to verify prescriptions?
Good show!! I personally prefer rev0.6 design-aesthetic (partial to some block-style design - stoic, yet aggressive) - the incremental refinements are noticeable and appreciable. Question: Are there any [foreseeable] substantive changes to the OS, platform / infrastructural components as previously detailed (processor(s), BT-version, RFID, etc.)?
I feel like this prototype is so much closer to what has been talked about in the past, visually, so good job! The arms with their "angles" appeal to me quite a bit - I'm glad to have that, as a completely traditional pair of glasses just wouldn't be as cool.
The front is definitely not my style, but I remember that you guys were proposing to have that be somewhat customizable. Are there still plans to have different "fronts" once production really gets rolling?
The frames are very nice; I'd prefer this front-design to the ones on offer so far...
I'll echo Dan's concern about the large end-bits on the arms and the thin metal over the ears; has this been tested for extended periods?
The phantom display on these has impurities/air bubbles just like my lock-in glasses. My experience is that this is quite distracting for the wearer, not to mention plain ugly. Hopefully this part of the production process will be fine tuned for retail versions...
These look pretty slick!
Is the thick bit at the end of the arms added weight to balance them better or do they contain additional components? Is there any discomfort wearing them for long periods with the bare metal section sitting on your ears?
How much do they weight? How thick are the lenses?
And most importantly: who gets a pair to try out? ^_^
@Corey | Founder | Man....this revision is looking much cleaner, good job. Would love to see some picks of them being worn.
Do these have basic touch gesture functionality on the arm as well?
Also have you guys decide on a final lens type / technique? I remember back in the lock-in glasses discussions that you guys were trying a few different types and techniques for the lenses.