Vuzix Awarded Eight CES 2016 Innovation Awards

Vuzix iWear WirelessVuzix is a leading supplier of video eyeware and smart glasses products in the consumer, enterprise, and entertainment markets. Vuzix is pleased to announce that it has received eight International CES Innovation 2016 awards.

The awards include a Best of Innovation Awards Honoree for the iWear Wireless Video Headphones (which is a new model in in the iWear line) in the Gaming and Virtual Reality category. The Vuxiz iWear Wireless Video Headphones transport the wearer into another dimension through dual HD Displays that allows them to play games, interact with apps, and watch 2D, 3D and 360° VR movies all streaming directly from the internet.

The smart iWear Wireless runs Android 5.0 and will be compatible with thousands of applications. The iWear Wireless line is completely portable and broadly compatible, connecting with most devices that support Bluetooth and also Wi-Fi networks for near limitless access to content, including wireless streaming from popular cellular phones.

The Vuzix Vidwear B300 and M300 Smart Glasses were also each honored with dual CES Innovation Awards for innovative design and engineering. Vuzix Vidwear B3000 will be one of the world’s first sunglasses with integrated video and AR overlays.

The company’s next generation waveguide based wearable eyewear, the Vuzix M3000 Smart Glasses, takes hands free computing to another level. It has significantly improved display resolution, ergonomics, computing power, and sensor technologies. The see-through waveguide based display engine in the M3000 when connected to the cloud can deliver virtually any information directly to the job site and overlaid on the real world.

You can check out Vuzix’s award winning products, including the iWear Wireless Video headphones, the Vidwear B3000 and M3000 Smart Glasses, at CES 2016. They will be at the Central Hall Booth #14048.

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