Smart glasses are expected to grow in volume from a mere 87,000 in 2013 to over 10 million a year by 2018, according to Juniper Research. But wearable technology isn’t new.
Smart glasses and similar technology are already used during surgery and medical procedures to see patient’s veins and inside their bodies. Construction workers also use smart glasses to see pipes in walls and streamline the building process to save time and money. But you don’t need to be a doctor or architect to reap the benefits of wearable technology right now. Here are a few smart glasses on the market that can make a big splash in your day-to-day business.Read More about Top Trends in Eye-Wear: From Google Glass to Oakley Technology