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Frame AI Glasses Offer Augmented Reality and AI Assistant

Priced at $349, the Frame AI glasses feature a microOLED display, spatial camera, microphone, and nylon frame. Design files and code publicly available on GitHub for customization.
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Brilliant Labs has unveiled its latest product – the Frame AI glasses. These open-source augmented reality glasses feature integrated artificial intelligence capabilities to enhance the user experience.

Design and Features

The Frame glasses come in three colors – black, white, and transparent – and are compatible with prescription lenses. They utilize a microOLED display panel to project augmented reality content directly into the user’s field of vision.


Other key features include:

  • A small camera in the nose bridge
  • Earpieces styled like coin battery speakers, which actually contain batteries promising all-day life
  • Powered by the user’s smartphone via cellular or Wi-Fi connectivity
  • High-resolution display with 3000 nits brightness
  • Front-facing spatial camera
  • Integrated microphone
  • 6DoF IMU for advanced applications
  • Durable nylon plastic frame

The glasses are intended as an AI assistant to help users throughout their day by taking photos, providing information via speech recognition and translation, and displaying augmented reality content.


Availability and Pricing

The Frame AI glasses are currently available for pre-order on Brilliant Labs’ website for $349. Shipping is estimated to begin in April 2024.

While the glasses themselves are open-source, some AI features may require a paid subscription service. Estimated pricing is unavailable currently but may be similar to Perplexity AI’s service tiers which offer free limited access or paid monthly/yearly subscriptions.

Competitors in the space include Envision Glasses and Amazon Echo Frames which also provide augmented reality and AI capabilities. However, the open-source nature of the Frame glasses makes them unique.

The full design files and code for the glasses are hosted publicly on GitHub and are compatible with most interpupillary distances. This allows owners to customize and modify their units as desired.

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Steve Rick
Steve Rick

Steve Rick is an AI researcher and author. He specializes in natural language processing(NLP). He published articles on the transformative power of AI.