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Smart EyeGlass

Xperia Ear

Xperia Agent

Sony Xperia Projector

Sony Xperia Agent

Xperia Agent climate control

Smart EyeGlass

​Sony Xperia Projector

Sony Xperia Projector

​Sony Xperia Projector

Xperia Ear

Xperia Ear

Xperia Ear

Xperia Agent lighting

Schedules and events

Voice calls

​Sony Xperia Projector

Daily weather

Transit connect

Smart EyeGlass

Smart EyeGlass

Smart EyeGlass

Smart EyeGlass

Smart EyeGlass

Interactive weather

Projected photos

Music interface

Big photos

Note taking

The business focused Smart EyeGlass from Sony is an augmented-reality experience custom designed for specific commercial applications that displays overlayed information at the right time and at the right place.

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Sony says this next-gen earpiece brings a seamless, hands- and eyes-free way of communicating with the world. Responding to verbal commands, the earpiece intends to provide access to information like schedules and calendar appointments, navigation, messages, weather and news.

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The Xperia Agent is a personal assistant that responds to both voice and gestures and gives you access to information as well as a bridge to controlling your connected home.

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The Sony Xperia Projector is a touchscreen that projects onto any surface, responding to touch, voice, and gesture controls.

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Xperia Agent's wants to be a central command for your home, as a communication assistant and home-appliance hub.

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The Agent can be used to control your home's heating and cooling via voice.

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Sony's Smart EyeGlass overlays data for your tasks, giving relevant information and graphics.

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A view of Sony's Smart EyeGlass augmented-reality glasses and the hard-wired controller.

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Sony's Xperia Projector is still a concept, but this sort of projected interactive interface may be coming to homes soon.

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Here, a fish taco recipe is projected onto the kitchen counter.

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A closer view of the front of Sony's Xperia Projector.

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Xperia Ear is a new kind of in-ear assistant that responds to voice commands and provides in-ear information.

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The Agent can respond to commands to control a connected home's lighting.

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Daily scheduling and events can be viewed on Sony's Xperia Agent.

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With a built-in speaker and microphone you can send and receive calls.

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The Xperia Projector displays data onto the countertop during a demo at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

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Get basic daily information on the Agent's display.

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Transit and commute information available via the Agent.

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A front view of Sony's Smart EyeGlass augments reality glasses.

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Sony's Smart EyeGlass controls.

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The camera capture button lets the user take still images of the work being done.

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The control clips on for hands-free Smart EyeGlass use.

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The wired controller for the Smart EyeGlass is like a mouse for the head-up display.

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Simply swipe through different information screens, including the day's weather.

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Photos are projected onto a surface where they can be sorted and enlarged with gesture controls.

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Select and play your music right from the countertop using the Xperia Projector.

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Gather the family around to look at the vacation photos projected onto the tabletop.

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Here, a recipe has been appended with additional notes, written right onto the countertop using my finger.

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