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Low-key smart glasses with GPS? Anonymous 23/02/12(Sun)15:10 No. 18484 ID: aae5a9
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Hi /sci/!

I’m looking for a pair of smart glasses that looks like normal glasses to use with contacts. (Pic is how I want to feel using them, not what too look like.) I want to enter a bunch of waypoints into a GPS and then have the glasses plot them out for me.

I’m looking for a system that can be used without any ”smart” phone at all. I want the whole thing to be totally offline. The only thing I want to receive is GPS data & send nothing out.


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Anonymous 23/02/12(Sun)20:26 No. 18485 ID: 32135d

Never going to happen. It's needs the computation unit to work, so it needs a cellphone.


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Anonymous 23/02/12(Sun)20:58 No. 18486 ID: 7a0e62

>>18485
Sorry for obfuscating the question.

Is there smart glasses that can work with an external dedicated GPS-reciever?


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Anonymous 23/02/12(Sun)21:26 No. 18487 ID: 32135d

>>18486
No, they need to run the programs that run the glasses on the computation unit. Your GPS will have to be heavily heavily modified, and reprogrammable to handle it, then you need a program that will run it, with locked down apis from the glasses.

Won't happen. You need a smartphone.


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Anonymous 23/02/12(Sun)21:41 No. 18489 ID: 7a0e62

>>18487
Can I put the phone in airplane-mode and yet still recieve GPS-data?


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Anonymous 23/02/13(Mon)18:44 No. 18490 ID: be6f8f

>>18489
Yes. Airplane mode just changes the default operation so that radios are not used, until you turn them on explicitly. You can be in airplane mode with wifi and GPS, for example. But if you just want to purely receive GPS, you could run the phone without a SIM card and without wifi or bluetooth.


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Anonymous 23/02/13(Mon)23:13 No. 18491 ID: ae5046

>>18490
Thanks!

So if I want to go "off grid" and not fuck around with a custom Raspberry Pi, I should get a "burner phone", no? :-)


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Anonymous 23/02/15(Wed)15:39 No. 18493 ID: be6f8f

>>18491
Yeah, or any other ARM-based portable device.



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