With the state of the art Nvidia Jetson TX2, multiple calculations and algorithms can be precisely made and followed. This allows for thing such as live translations VIA audio and visual scanning over a proper database.
The Nvidia Jetson is built with the modern world in mind and has a sleek design, a fully customizable user interface and software sure to help you in your daily life.
The Vector Gear is made from miltiple custom retinal projectors, trials at lightfield technology and more. This experimenting allowed for a viewing experience that has high resolution and framerate to be created.
With the usage of the Nvidia Jetson TX2 (which is arguably the most important part of the entire system), the Vector Gear holds more processing power than most computers used by the public.
By using special sensors, the Vector Gear can simulate 3d objects so realistically they seem as if they were right there. For example, a piece of cardboard could be scanned and a sensor could be placed to make it feel as if it were a guitar and have the same output.
With its ability to seamlessly connect the virtual and real world, the Vector Gear may be seen in the Medical, Entertainment, Military and even Musical field one day.
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