Video: Aero Glass Augmented-Reality Glasses
Augmented-reality glasses are different than virtual-reality glasses and even HUD systems because they overlay a wide variety of flight data on miniature computer screens inside the glasses. This means you can see the data in 3-D and throughout a 360-degree spectrum of movement. Aero Glass — the first company to bring augmented reality to the general aviation cockpit — is currently beta-testing its glasses. In this video, Aviation Consumer editor Larry Anglisano takes a look through the glasses at AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh.