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Google glass is known for its glasses that can be used as a tech gadget to accompany your life.  However there are other companies that want in on this new and emerging market.  Lumus is one of these competitors that is looking to overthrow Google with its stylish design and completely awesome interface named the lumus DK-40.  Google has a strong background in technology and they stand a good chance at getting their product marketed easily.  However Lumus has their own history and a background ready to drive them to potential success!  Lumus is well known for their creation of most HUD display unites in US Air Force Machinery.  They are taking their chances in creating a consumer product using similar technologies that they have experience with.

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As you can see, the DK-40-lumus smart glasses have some style along with their boasted potential.  The google glass has a smaller screen inside the glass, however this DK-40 model created by Lumus, boasts a 640×480 display that spans the entire circumference of the right eye’s lens.  You can also see through it which could be a very interesting concept indeed!  This product will be showcased at the 2014 CES with the DEV kit and SDK.  At that time we will see what the software will do.  For now its only a beautiful looking prototype.

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With Google glass being launched to the public in the soon future, this would be a great period in history to launch such a competing product.  If the creators of the DK-40 can get their hands in the door with this device, it may lead to future development in the glasses related tech segment.

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We hope the software installed and used on this device is as good as it looks from the exterior, however we will keep you updated on the developments of the Lumus DK-40 and future “glass” competitors that may emerge in the coming years!

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(via: SlashGear)

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