Innovative Eyewear, a developer and retailer of smart eyewear under the Lucyd, Nautica, and Eddie Bauer brands, has launched a new iOS/Android app called Lucyd. The Lucyd app enables a voice interface for ChatGPT on their smart eyewear.
The user can ask questions to ChatGPT through microphones already built into Lucyd glasses and hear the responses through their stereo speakers.
The app is device agnostic and works with many other hearables, including, but not limited to, AirPods. Additionally, the app may be used via a streamlined visual interface on any smartphone to enhance accessibility.
Harrison Gross, CEO of Innovative Eyewear, says: “We are excited to be the first company to provide ChatGPT enabled smart eyewear. With our new Lucyd app, which is free to our eyewear customers, we are continuing to make smart eyewear more accessible and functional than ever before.”
“A great pair of smartglasses is defined by three key factors: fashion, tech, and suitability for all-day wear. The Lyte 2.0 collection successfully addresses these factors and now provides access to the world’s most popular AI assistant.
“By connecting to ChatGPT with your voice on Lucyd smart eyewear, you can access a wealth of detailed research on just about any subject, making it one of the most powerful mobile learning systems available.”
As recently announced, Lucyd Lyte 2.0 eyewear is now available in 15 distinct styles, which Innovative Eyewear believes is the most of any smart eyewear on the US market.
With the Lucyd app, all of these frames provide on-the-go access to ChatGPT. Lucyd smart eyewear makes it easy to use ChatGPT by combining the strength of a natural language AI bot with the natural ergonomic interface of speaking and listening on a handsfree wearable.
You can download the beta version of the Lucyd app now and enjoy a free trial, or get it free when you Upgrade your Eyewear at www.Lucyd.co.
Innovative Eyewear believes their new app may generate “substantial revenue” from both smart eyewear and app sales in future periods.
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