ActiveLook and watchOS 9 transform AR's Apple Watch head-up display into a reality

ActiveLook and watchOS 9 transform AR's Apple Watch head-up display into a reality ...

MicroOLED''s new app, ActiveLook, has expanded into an AR app that features the first real-time camera for Apple Watch exercise statistics. ActiveLook''s new Light AR platform is now integrating AR sports glasses such as ENGO and Julbo.

In a press release, MicroOLED revealed the major information about watchOS 9''s compatibility with ActiveLook-powered AR glasses:

ActiveLook eyewear can display performance metrics such as Running Pace, Heart Rate, and Running Power, as well as the latest ground contact times created with Watch OS 9 which include Stride Length, Ground Contact Time, and Vertical Oscillation.

Apple Watch Ultra and Series 8 are expected to arrive soon. The new compatibility is very exciting, but the great news is that anyone who runs watchOS 9 can benefit from the fantastic head-up AR display.

ActiveLook technology is used in AR sports eyewear such as ENGO and Julbo, and they are ready to pair with Apple Watch/watchOS via the ActiveLook 2.0 app.

The ENGO 2 AR glasses, for example, include:

A big advantage of having AR sports glasses is that athletes don''t have to disrupt their stride and route to look into their data:

ActiveLook provides a competitive advantage for endurance runners who depend on real-time metrics such as pace and heart rate in order to achieve their personal goals.

While ActiveLook has remained open for a while, with Garmin compatibility becoming popular, MicroOLED CEO Eric Marcellin-Dibon says the compatibility with watchOS 9 offers the best experience yet:

The Apple Watch integration provides runners with a seamless setup to use the Apple Watchs touchscreen with the gesture control feature found in ActiveLook products. Our team has delivered a groundbreaking AR experience that demonstrates the benefits and benefits of MicroOLEDs ActiveLook, which is lightweight, reliable, reliable battery life, and low cost. Competitive, data-driven runners will greatly benefit from this technology.

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