Smart glasses you need to see—gadget series

Looking to buy a pair of smart glasses? These cool, techy wearables sure make it easier to get tasks done when you're on the go. They'll also keep your hands free. So today, this roundup in our best gadget series focuses on smart glasses. Check it out to learn more about some of the best smart eyewear out there.

Smart glasses you need to see—gadget series
Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Smart Glasses in use

When Google’s Project Glass first released back in 2013, it came as a breakthrough tech in the world of smart living gadgets. It was difficult to accept that kind of futuristic tech in your everyday life which eventually made the Project Glass more of a concept than a reality. But in 2020, we’ve come across a lot of new smart glasses that you’d actually want to wear.

Related: Best of futuristic tech we’ve seen in 2020

Some of these are still concepts, while there are others that you can buy now. From light therapy to digital entertainment, these are the best smart glasses.

Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria Smart Glasses

The first item on our list of best smart glasses is the Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria Smart Glasses. These glasses help to make your day-to-day life easier. They have sensors that capture video and audio along with location and eye-tracking. With the data they collect, they can help you find keys, call a friend, detect road hazards, and much more.

Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria Smart Glasses

Facebook Reality Labs Project Aria Smart Glasses on a man

Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Smart Glasses

The Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Smart Glasses boost your productivity. They let you see vital information like your checklist, hands-free. They’ll even help you follow instructions and send photos and videos faster than ever. Finally, with a longer battery life than its predecessor, these glasses charge quickly with the included USB-C cable.

PEGASI 2 Smart Light Therapy Glasses

The PEGASI 2 Smart Light Therapy Glasses help regulate your circadian rhythm. They boast light therapy that aids people with sleep difficulties and those who suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder. Just wear these glasses for 30 minutes in the morning. After about a week, you’ll notice improved sleep and a better mood with this item on our best gadgets series: smart glasses roundup.


Blueberry Stress-Reducing Smart Glasses

The Blueberry Stress-Reducing Smart Glasses help you better understand your stress. This intelligent headset combines brain sensing and electronic tinting to understand your mental effort and help you perform. It monitors your brain activity and heart rate to show you how much mental effort you expend for each task.


3D Cinemizer Plus by Zeiss

The 3D Cinemizer Plus by Zeiss lets users enjoy digital media on the go. These light and effective glasses come with two 2.5 mm headphones that plug directly into the glasses on both sides. The rechargeable battery offers up to six hours of continuous use, that’s about two-and-a-half movies’ worth of entertainment. What’s more, the lightweight design and soft silicone nose pads keep these glasses comfortable.


Epson Moverio BT-30C High-Resolution Smart Glasses

The Epson Moverio BT-30C High-Resolution Smart Glasses are an improvement on previous AR innovations from the company. These specs let you have three separate apps open on three different screens. This lets you move through activities with just a turn of your head. Moverio glasses are great for the work environment, letting you achieve the ultimate hands-free efficiency.

Epson Moverio BT-30C High-Resolution Smart Glasses

Epson Moverio BT-30C High-Resolution Smart Glasses on a woman

Solos Wellness Smart Glasses

The Solos Wellness Smart Glasses improve your posture. These glasses feature Whisper Audio Technology for better phone conversations and speech recognition. With this eyewear, you’ll also get the mobile app—AI Coach, and AI Care, which serves as a fitness coach and assistant. They’ll give you posture reminders and track your movement, an impressive option on our best gadgets series: smart glasses.

Bose Frames Tenor Audio Sunglasses

The Bose Frames Tenor Audio Sunglasses play music. With their Bose Open Ear Audio technology, you’ll get clear, bass-boosting sound right at ear level, while you interact with the world around you. You’ll also love the high-gloss black material, which will keep you looking cool wherever you go. Finally, these audio sunglasses even let you take calls on the go.


Vue Lite Everyday Smart Glasses

The Vue Lite Everyday Smart Glasses are thin and stylish. Made for all-day wear, this product on our best gadgets series: smart glasses have built-in directional speakers that immerse you in crystal clear sound. They also pair with your phone using Bluetooth 5.0, so you can listen to all of your favorite songs. You’ll even be able to make calls and use your voice assistants with this smart eyewear.


Lucyd Bluetooth Smart Glasses

The Lucyd Bluetooth Smart Glasses are a cool addition to anyone’s tech collection. This eyewear works with voice assistants to give you hands-free calls, music, and more. When the app—Vyrb—is ready, you’ll hear social media posts read aloud and you can respond by talking. Headphones and glasses in one device, these prescription glasses help you spend less time on your phone. Stylewise, these glasses come in three designs and are comfortable enough to wear all day.


It’s time to boost your productivity with some of the smart eyewear this best gadgets series: smart glasses. These specs can make you more productive and will certainly keep your hands free for work on the computer or chores around your home or business. Let us know which set of frames you like the most in the comments.

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Meet Madhurima Nag

Madhurima Nag is the Head of Social Media at Gadget Flow. She side-hustles as a digital marketing lecturer/speaker and loves to voice her opinion on marketing, crowdfunding and gadgets (of course!) in general.
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