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Quick access buttons allow for frequently used functions to be assigned to shortcuts, such as phone, calendar and tools.
Slider used as the main interface, sharp edges allow it to be more easily located with gloves on. Power button also acts as a mode button to toggle between modes (Driving, working
Shows the Bone Conduction speakers housed in the the arm over the ear. BC speakers allow for ambient noises to be heard, an important aspect of working on a site.
Front of glasses shows the dual LiDAR sensors, camera and mic.
User scenario, an example of a construction worker wearing the glasses
Final sketch render showing the key features before proceeding to the CAD stage, shows refined proportions and button / component locations.