A US outfit has been showing off a hands-free wireless mini-computer which displays a screen to your left eye.
Stephen Pombo, a spokesman for Kopin, said that the one eyed view of the world is controlled by commands you see under the icons.
What you actually see looks like a 15-inch monitor. It’s powered by an internal battery that lasts about eight hours.
It means you connect to your home or business computer using wi-fi or Bluetooth technology, and do almost anything you can with a traditional computer. Plus it’s controlled by your voice.
John C.C. Fan, founder and CEO of Kopin said that it is better than a touch pad and it works in English, French, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.
It appears to be a voice activated dumb terminal which gains any computer power from an external source.
Golden-I is set to hit the market sometime next year and the outfit hopes to get it much smaller and lighter by then.