At the ISE 2014 tradeshow, held in Amsterdam 4th-6th February, the largest European fair dedicated to the integrated systems and audiovisual industry business, Epson showcased JoinPad’s latest version of Brainpad: Smartpad, the first software designed for industrial smartglasses with its Moverio BT-200.
The Moverio BT-200 is packed full of technology, enabling to make the most of Augmented Reality (AR) apps. The BT-200 unlocks the power of AR for consumers and businesses thanks to its unique binocular, see-through display – that displays content directly in the users’ field of view and allows stereoscopic vision – and its built-in sensors (including a front facing camera and motion sensors).
Smartpad provides the ability to monitor and control industrial processes through algorithms, object recognition and geolocation services. The solution enables the display of virtual objects and information in harmony with the surrounding environment; this offers the user, who simply observes the asset, easier access to information. Visitors were able to wear the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses and to experience firsthand how, in this case, Smartpad simplifies the maintenance processes related to a product. By simply looking at the Epson projector, the software recognises the object and displays – in the visual field – the necessary instructions to help the user replace the projector lens in total autonomy.