Designed by Rob Mansfield, Motorola HC1 headset computer offers a wearable computer that allows you to get access to hands free mobile computing. This device combines micro display, noise canceling microphones, and ARM based mobile computing, you can imagine to get access to any critical business documents simply by turning your head or command the computer to do so. No more workstation, this device utilizes a custom voice controlled UI developed by Kopin along with its 6-axis head tracking to allow you navigate documents easily.
Give this device to technicians, they would need it the most while in the field, climbing towers, giving machinery service etc. They can get access vital data and diagrams from a virtual 15-inch display. The optional camera module allows HC1 to stream wearer’s point view to other members for live feedback in real time. HC1 caters for left and right eye in a single product, it’s one of the main focuses during the design process. After several prototypes, the result is a horizontally symmetrical main housing that can be detached from the soft-goods frame. It can be flipped horizontally in order to swap the display from one eye to the other.