Laster SeeThru offers genuine augmented reality which is not available with Google Glass.
With the Laster SeeThru, augmented reality contextual information is directly overlaid on the object you are looking at. Images and information come into your natural field of view.
You can’t do this with Google Glass because you have to look at the upper right corner of the glass to see any information.
The optical technology embedded in the SeeThru is unique and is recognized by professionals as offering the best image quality on the market. We’re talking full-color, sharp, smooth and bright (> 5200 nits). The Laster SeeThru also provides two times higher field of view (25° diag) and image definition (800x600 pixels) than Google Glass.
The power-consumption of the SeeThru and its autonomy is also superior to Google Glass. It is 6 to 8 hours per battery charge cycle compared to 1 or 2 hours for Google Glass.
Another advantage of the SeeThru is an architecture that automatically leverages any improvement in the smartphone CPU. Smartphone computing power typically increases every 6 months, so you can regularly experience higher AR performance without purchasing a new SeeThru.
Finally, the SeeThru has a considerably large eye box (>18mm) compared to Google Glass (about 5 mm). There’s no need to adjust the SeeThru for different head size, inter-pupillary distance, or head morphology. You wear the See-Thru and you get the images in AR right away. No adjustments are required.