Do You Know About Nimo- a wearable mini computer?
18 December, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
Nimo, a wearable smart glass invented by the firm Nimo Planet Inc, has six displays viewable solely to the wearer.
A group of Indian technologists created the world’s first ultra-portable multi-screen computer, which might eventually replace your laptop. Nimo, a wearable smart glass invented by the firm Nimo Planet Inc, has six displays viewable solely to the wearer.
Nimo Beta was released on March 22, 2022. Within 48 hours, the firm got 1.7 million USD in financial pledges. Nimo may also be pre-ordered on nimoplanet.com. Nimo, which already has a waiting list of over 2000 consumers, has launched a Developer and Enterprises programme to gain early access to the product.
What is Nimo?
Nimo is a head-mounted computer that offers you with six virtual screens to utilise when you’re not at your workplace. Nimo smart specs are lightweight and remove the requirement for a linked connection. It uses Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR1 processor to turn your head into a mini-computer. Nimo Planet has been working on these glasses for more than four years, with a core team of ten people based in Kerala, India.
How to use Nimo specs?
The user might utilise a Bluetooth keyboard, Mouse, or a Smartphone as a keyboard and trackpad to communicate with the wearable computer. It also accepts voice input. Through the app store, Nimo presently supports more than 95 percent of the productivity applications produced for Android and Web. Nimo may also be used in conjunction with laptops or smartphones to expand apps from those devices to Nimo augmented screens.
The smart glass eliminates the need for a connected connection while staying lightweight.
However, these glasses are not intended for intense work such as Photoshop, but rather for word processing and project management.