EPSON MOVERIO BT-200 SMART GLASSES
WITH IDENT EYE-CAD CONNECT SOFTWARE
Dentists who are tired of craning their necks to look at
computer monitors while taking digital impressions now have
another option: Don some smart glasses to see the model and
the patient at the same time.
Marketed by Patterson Companies Inc. and iDent and
launched at CEREC 30 in September 2015, the Epson Moverio
BT-200 smart glasses featuring iDent’s eye-CAD Connect
software enable dentists to view their 3-D digital models in a
transparent, binocular display in real time through the use of
microprojectors on each side of the lens.
“Viewing a precise image display is indispensable to
creating a quality scan and the Epson Moverio glasses deliver
accurate and stable images with exceptional quality,” said
Daniel Vasquez, DDS, in a press release. “The Moverio smart
glasses ultimately make me more efficient while increasing
the precision of the scan and decreasing patient chair time.”
In addition to reducing the likelihood of musculoskeletal
injuries and decreasing chair time, the smart glasses also offer
hands-free navigation, thanks to built-in sensors that track
the wearer’s head motions.
2 Yep, you dentists can keep your
gloves to yourselves.
epson.com/moverio and eyecad-connect.com