Bring your exhibition to life

Revolutionise your visitor experience

The Moverio BT-200 smart glasses are packed full of cutting-edge technology that makes it easy to implement, renew or improve multimedia tours.

Bring your museum or place of historical interest into the digital age by creating unique experiences designed to engage visitors in a new way.

Unlock the ability to add almost unlimited amounts and types of information to a visitor’s experience and increase the ease of which they can learn about your displays or exhibitions.

MAMMOTH – 4500 YEARS AGO

MAMMUTHUS

A MAMMOTH IS ANY SPECIES OF THE EXTINCT GENUS MAMMUTHUS, PROBOSCIDEANS COMMONLY EQUIPPED WITH LONG, CURVED TUSKS AND, IN NORTHERN SPECIES, A COVERING OF LONG HAIR. THEY LIVED FROM THE PLIOCENE EPOCH (FROM AROUND 5 MILLION YEARS AGO) INTO THE HOLOCENE.

A smart device with unique capabilities

Moverio BT-200 is an Android device with the power to evolve your exhibition.

Thanks to the glasses’ binocular see-through display and large floating screen seen in front of a user, you can enhance their experience with video, audio, web, 3D and Augmented Reality content. All this while still allowing them to view a museum’s exhibits at the same time, hands-free.

From displaying animated characters, museum maps or helpful tips right in front of a user's eyes without limiting their vision, to translating texts written in a foreign or ancient language, the possibilities of Moverio are nearly endless.

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How many blossoms does one bee visit to produce 1kg of honey?

  1. 30,000
  2. 400,000
  3. 6,000,000

Enriched content for unique experiences

The design of the Moverio allows 3D content to be displayed across a visitor’s field of view, with a perceived image size of up to 320 inches in qHD resolution.

The use of 3D content can really enable visitors to get up close and personal with creatures that have been dead for thousands of years, or the might of the Roman army!

Head-tracking also allows for a full 360° experience with interactive content tailored to this approach.

Audio languages and subtitles to improve accessibility

Thanks to the transparent display, subtitles can be displayed directly in front of a visitor’s eyes. This can help deaf people, and those with hearing difficulties, to understand video or audio content. It can also provide information in other languages to foreign visitors if no audio translations are available.

Visual assistance to increase the visitor experience

Whether helping visitors to navigate around a museum, or helping them to understand an exhibit in their own language, the Moverio BT-200’s capabilities can be used to greatly increase the visitor experience.

  • Bifröst 1984

    Snorri Sturluson, 1840
    Daguerrotype
    50 x 78 cm

  • Bifröst 1984 is the first daguerrotype taken in Iceland. It shows a bridge leading into the foggy mists of the Reytharfjöthur shores. It was taken on Decermber 29th 1840 close to Eskifjörthur in the east of the island. For preservation, the original picture was transferred onto canvas. It is still property of the Sturluson-family, facsimiles can be seen in various exhibitions around the world.

Visual assistance to increase the visitor experience

Whether helping visitors to navigate around a museum, or helping them to understand an exhibit in their own language, the Moverio BT-200’s capabilities can be used to greatly increase the visitor experience.

Easily develop or adapt your app for the Moverio BT-200

Built on the Android platform, developing for the Moverio BT-200 is no more complex than building an app for an Android smartphone or tablet as you can use the Standard Android SDK. So it’s even easier to bring your ideas to life!

Find out more by visiting the Moverio Developer site here.

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Case Studies

The Moverio BT-200 is already being successfully used to enhance visitor experiences.
See the case studies below to find out more.

A walk in the past with the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses

Augmented Reality is a technology with enormous potential in the field of cultural heritage. The Brescia Museum is using an application developed by ArtGlass for the Moverio BT-200 that creates a special guided tour, offering a unique experience when visiting the archaeological area.

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Films from the past take on a new life with Moverio smart glasses

The Interactive Museum of Cinema (MIC) in Milan has gone beyond simple conservation by offering a unique multimedia journey through its archive and opening to the public what was once the preserve of the experts.

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Epson’s Moverio gives guided tours

The Moverio BT-200 has become a virtual tour guide used in Japan. In partnership with Asukamura (a village in Nara Prefecture, Japan), the Ikeuchi Laboratory of Tokyo University, and Tokyo-based AsukaLab Inc., Epson has demonstrated the ’Kofun Virtual Guide’ using the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses.

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  • Model Type

    See-through

  • LCD Driving Method

    Poly-silicon TFT active matrix

  • LCD size

    0.42 inch wide panel (16:9)

  • LCD Pixel Number

    518,400 dots (960x540) x 3

  • Screen Size (Projected Distance)

    40 inches at 2.5 m - 320 inches at 20 m

  • Color Reproduction

    24 bit-color (16.77 million colors)

  • Refresh Rate

    60 Hz

  • Field of View

    Approx. 23°

  • OS Type

    Android 4.0.4

  • OS Update

    via network

  • Pre-install application

    SEViewer, Moverio Apps Market, Moverio Mirror

  • Camera

    VGA

  • GPS

    Yes

  • Compass

    Yes, in both Headset and Controller

  • Gyroscope

    Yes, in both Headset and Controller

  • Accelerometer

    Yes, in both Headset and Controller

  • Microphone

    Yes

  • Wireless LAN

    IEEE 802.11b/g/n

  • Bluetooth

    3.0

  • microUSB

    USB 2.0

  • CPU

    TI OMAP 4460 1.2GHz Dual Core

  • RAM

    1GB

  • Internal memory

    8GB

  • External Memory

    Micro SD (max. 2GB), MicroSDHC (max. 32GB)

  • Function key

    Home, Menu, Back, Function (Brightness, 2D/3D), Volume (+/-), Power (lock), Reset

  • Touch pad Pointing method

    Capacitive Multitouch

  • Video

    MP4 (MPEG4+AAC / Dolby Digital Plus), MPEG2 (H.264+AAC / Dolby Digital Plus)

  • Warranty

    12 months Carry in

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  1. Example application shown for purposes of illustration only
  2. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. The Android robot is reproduced or modified from work created and shared by Google and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution License.
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