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Augmented reality Hardhat 2.0 for industrial workers | Wallstreet Journal

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10 September 2014



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Daqri says its Smart Helmet can aid workers in many industrial environments.

 

Many companies keep prices low to attract the mass market. Others, like Daqri, opt to court a select audience willing to pay for special features.

The Los Angeles-based startup is betting that industrial employers will spend substantial money on an unusual high-tech helmet designed to help blue-collar workers do their jobs.

Daqri’s Smart Helmet looks like a space-age hard hat. It has a transparent visor and special lenses that serve as a heads-up display, along with an array of cameras and sensors that help users navigate and gather information about their environment.

 

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Hallie Siegel robotics editor-at-large
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