The EPSON Moverio BT-200 is a pretty fascinated augmented reality eyewear. It runs Android, so you can do all kinds of fun things with it. Companies such as NGRAIN develop industrial augmented reality applications for devices like this. The company’s mission is to help businesses make better decisions faster by interacting with data in 3D.
NGRAIN’s app for Moverio BT-200 provide workers with all the information they need to get a new piece of machinery to good use. It saves workers from taking a training class to learn how to use new tools. NGRAIN also provides a software development platform and automated content creation tools, allowing you to create content with a mouse and a keyboard. The above video shows how this app works.