Hangzhou-based startup company Rokid has developed smartglasses, called T1, that can help screen for coronavirus symptoms. It was developed in just two weeks, and quickly sold 1,000 units to governments, industrial parks and schools. Featuring an infrared sensor and a 12-megapixel camera that essentially enables the wearer to see peoples’ temperatures, all powered by a Qualcomm CPU.Read more for a video and additional information.
Rokid is currently upgrading the T1 to give it the ability to measure multiple temperature readings simultaneously for use in heavily trafficked places, such as shopping malls and airports. At least one office complex in Hangzhou is replacing fixed thermometer stands with these smartglasses after a flood of employees returned to work after months in lockdown.
- Personal Viewing: The littlest, big screen. Crystal clear optics and state-of-the-art 3D graphics make your headset feel more like a personal theater
- Viewing with Friends: Watch with friends. Meet up in VR with friends and fans from around the world to catch live sports, concerts, or just your favorite TV show
- Portable & Easy to use: Ready when you are. Experience portable, all-in-one VR. That means no PC, phone, wires or hassles
- Controller: Effortless control. Whether it's navigating to your favorite shows or to a far-off land, the intuitive controller makes getting there a cinch
- Built-In Audio: Surrounded by sound. Spatial audio drivers are built right into the headset, providing dramatic, immersive sound without the need for bulky or tangled headphones. Oculus Go also features a 3.5 millimetre audio jack
Apart from fixed temperature measurement, T1 can provide portable, distant and prompt temperature checking, which would be a great help,” said Rokid Vice President Xiang Wenjie.