DigiLens Vision of Cheaper Smartglasses Becomes Clearer with Crystal Reference Design

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If waveguide display maker DigiLens has its way, enterprise businesses and consumers will soon be able to purchase smartglasses for less than $500 — as long as they can supply their own computing and battery power.

On Monday, the company unveiled DigiLens Crystal, a reference design for smartglasses that takes the tethered computer approach of the Meta 2 with the heads-up display functionality of North Focals and Vuzix Blade to arrive at a design for relatively inexpensive, lightweight smartglasses that tether to smartphones or computers via a wired USB-C connection.

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