Solos AirGo Vision: First GPT-4o Smart Glasses

Solos AirGo Vision: First GPT-4o Smart Glasses

Solos, a company known for its innovative smart glasses, has introduced the AirGo Vision. These smart glasses are the first to feature OpenAI’s latest large language model, GPT-4o.

Solos AirGo Vision Details

The AirGo Vision includes a built-in camera, enabling users to capture their environment and utilize GPT-4o to identify objects and answer related questions. This setup allows for hands-free interaction and easy access to information, similar to what Meta Ray-Ban smart glasses offer.

The AirGo Vision is also compatible with other leading AI models like Google’s Gemini and Anthropic’s Claude. This compatibility expands the glasses’ functionalities, such as asking for directions, summarizing shopping experiences, or obtaining recipes through voice commands.

Additional Features and Design

The smart glasses feature LED notification lights within the frame, which alert users to incoming messages and act as a flash when taking photos with the built-in camera. However, unlike the Meta Ray-Ban smart glasses, the AirGo Vision does not support video recording at this time.

A distinctive feature of the AirGo Vision is its detachable camera, located on the arm rather than embedded in the frame. This design choice provides users with more flexibility and can offer a more traditional look when the camera is removed. Users can also buy additional frames, and the glasses maintain their AI functionalities through audio input even without the camera.

Availability and Pricing

Solos has not yet announced an exact release date, but the AirGo Vision is expected to launch later this year. Pricing details for the camera-equipped glasses are still unknown. However, the company will offer LED-only frames in three styles on their website next month, each priced at $249.99.

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