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Augmented reality glasses with a heads-up display system

Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh and Soyoung Lee present TNTN for an industry-academic cooperation program between Korea Design Membership+ and Model Solution.

For an industry-academic cooperation program between Korea Design Membership+ and Model Solution, Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh and Soyoung Lee innovatively present ‘TNTN’ – augmented reality glasses with a heads-up display system. 

“TNTN is a HUD type of industrial AR glasses and its concept is based on improving the inconvenience of industrial work environments.

It’s an all-in-one binocular device that aims to contribute to the realization of stable usage scenarios and we wanted to approach a familiar image through a minimalistic shape!” says Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh and Soyoung Lee. 

This concept is brilliantly developed from solid plastic containing essential elements that are intuitively expressed between organic surfaces – in matte and three colors that contribute in creating familiar but eclectic designs. 

In order to use the product for a long time, elements for air inlet and load structure are further included seamlessly.

© Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh & Soyoung Lee

Skillfully featuring organic but minimal lines while emphasizing aesthetics, the most comfortable shape was considered for TNTN.

With effortless free adjustment – anyone can comfortably use this object in a size that fits their head.

“For TNTN we devised more convenient usability by one not only being able to adjust the front and back, but also tightening the left and right sides together” they add. 

Additionally, a cushion that comfortably wraps the back of the head is intended to provide a little comfort for its usage in industrial sites and at the same time – it contributes to a sustainable design by cushioning the battery.

“Augmented reality is presented to the user through the UI section from the screen located inside the top of the front of the product. 
The experience provided through an accurate 110mm distance provides the best viewing sensitivity for the user’s work environment!” they say.

TNTN by Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh & Soyoung Lee
© Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh & Soyoung Lee
TNTN by Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh & Soyoung Lee
© Cheolhee Lee, Junsik Oh & Soyoung Lee

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