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Optinvent's AR glasses are cheaper than Google's and have a bigger display (hands-on)

While Google Glass might be the darling of the augmented reality wearable market, other companies like Vuzix and Epson have had skin in the game for much longer than the folks in Mountain View. One such firm to have caught the AR bug early is Optinvent, which debuted an early version of its ClearVu head-mounted display way back in 2009. Fast forward to 2013, and Optinvent is ready to move on to the final production stage of what it's now calling the Ora, which it hopes will give Google Glass a run for its money, not just with superior optics but a softer blow to the wallet as well. We had a chance to sit down with CEO Kayvan Mirza at the Glazed

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02 Oct
Wikitude @wikitude
@engadet goes hands on with the #Optinvent AR Glasses - http://t.co/f6lsF40RVO
01 Oct
The vOICe @seeingwithsound
Optinvent's #AR glasses are cheaper than Google's and have a bigger display http://t.co/SWYcLJjmP6
01 Oct
Jon Russek @filmaddict
Interesting: "Optinvent's AR glasses are cheaper than Google's and have a bigger display (hands-on)" http://t.co/CHMDVdeGTU #ar