Iristick smart glasses are rugged, certified safety glasses with 2 cameras with a powerful optical zoom lens, barcode scanner, voice commands, unrestricted field of view and ‘full-shift’ battery capacity. All combined in a unique and comfortable design.
Iristick Z.1. enables hands-free operations in three domains:
1) ‘See-What-I-See’ allows an expert to remotely support a colleague during field-maintenance and training.
2) ‘Digital checklists’ provide hands-free instructions when executing daily tasks.
3) ‘Pick-by-Vision’ is the new way of operating logistics warehouses.
Iristick smart eyewear is currently being used and tested by customers in maintenance, after-sales support, logistics, shop floor activities, quality control, tele-medicine and education.
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Pro Voice commands, touch pad and split screen
Handling the Iristick Z.1. is a real pleasure. You can select options via voice commands (even in very noisy environments), swipe through lists via the touchpad or take out the phone if you run an app that is only on smartphone available.
Pro very comfortable to wear
The fit like a glove, well actually like glasses should fit. They look like glasses, they feel like glasses. (and what is nice, they are intrinsically certified as safety glasses. Very lightweight.
Pro Very long battery and no heating
The use of an external smartphone is clever design. It avoids heating and radiation near the temple, a real problem with other smartglasses. The pocketunit contains an additional battery and gives you more than 6 hrs streaming potential.
Pro Works with both iOS and Android
Most smartglasses only work for Android or have their own Android environment built-in. The Iristick works with both iOS and Android phones by simply connecting an iPhone or Android device to it.
Pro Superb Zoom lens
This is the only smartglasses on the market that has a 5 times optical zoom. Really unique and allows you to zoom in on details that matter.
Pro Central camera = natural viewpoint
Most smartglasses have the camera on the side. Iristick Z.1. has a camera in between the eyes and this corresponds to the natural viewpoint of the wearer. The image you get from this camera corresponds to what the wearer is seeing.
Con Cable connection
The clever design of the glasses and pocket unit do require a cable connection between them. It takes some getting used to in the beginning, but after a few minutes you forget about it.
Con 2 hr charging time
You can use the Iristick Z1 for more than 6 hrs, but then it takes about 2 hrs to recharge the pocket unit. Iristick Z1 has the largest autonomy on the market and that makes the 2 hr charging time acceptable.