ActiveLook projects a virtual image in your field of vision, floating a few meters in front of you. It is projected slightly to the left of the field of vision of your right eye. It is about the apparent size of your watch if you held it 30 cm from your face, your central vision remains completely free of information.

From the first few minutes, users quickly get used to the ActiveLook image.

Give a quick glance to access the information available, it is easily forgotten by focusing on your trajectory or your goal.

ActiveLook is safe: it is designed to display values, symbols, simple notifications but in no way videos.

To capture what a 'virtual image' is, imagine looking in a window at the reflection of a television screen that sits next to you. Its 'virtual' image appears on the other side of the glass and still allows you to see the rest of the world. In ActiveLook it is the glass of the bezel (semi reflective) which plays the miror effect, the projector lenses are used to format the image of the screen: to enlarge it, correct the distortions and to place it at the correct perceived distance.

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