New Vuzix M100 Enterprise Frames Look Great

Let’s be real. A lot of smart glasses, especially the bulkier ones (think Epson Moverio), look pretty odd and can be pretty offensive fashion wise. Some pairs of smart glasses stick out like a sore thumb and can be spotted a block away. With that being said, many companies are trying to make smart glasses more fashionable, more comfortable and less noticeable.

Rochester Optical is one of the companies that has been doing a lot when it comes to smart glasses. The company has created specialized lenses and frames for an assortment of smart glasses including Google Glass and the Vuzix M100.

The Vuzix M100 is a pair of smart glasses that doesn’t necessarily need a ton of work. The Vuzix M100 isn’t as odd looking as some other smart glasses that are out there. And, I’d actually say that the Vuzix M100 is up there with Google Glass when it comes to being the least terrible looking. Still, there is always some work that can be done to make a product better. And, it seems Rochester Optical knows exactly how to make the Vuzix M100 look better, because they killed it with the latest frame design for the Vuzix M100.

Tim Moore, Director of Wearable Technologies at Rochester Optical, recently unveiled some new enterprise frames for the Vuzix M100 at VisionExpo and they look pretty nice.

The frames are simple and look pretty professional. The frames are thick and are a bit on the glossy side. The thick look is in right now, so Rochester Optical made a great decision with their new frame design in that regard. Also, the frames can be used with or without the Vuzix M100, which is pretty nice.

Here is the frame:  

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via Tim Moore

Rochester Optical is definitely doing a great job at dominating the smart glasses market with nice frames and lenses. Hopefully, they’ll continue on down this good path and keep progressively making smart glasses look more normal.

So, what are your thoughts on these frames? Do they lo0k nice to you? Would you rock them? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section down below! Also, if you would like to learn more about Rochester Optical’s frames and lenses, then click right here.