Meet Innovative Eyewear, the tech startup company bringing smartglasses mainstream
It’s 2020. Are you ready to upgrade your eyewear? Innovative Eyewear, a Miami startup, is preparing to launch their first line of Bluetooth-enhanced frames that look and feel like standard optical glasses. These new glasses, coming in September, are the first smart frame that offers a full range of prescription options, hi-fi audio and touch controls, and all-day battery life, in a normal and stylish eyeglass format.
Lucyd Lyte is a new entry into the world of wearables, as a smartglass that looks, feels and corrects vision like standard glasses. Innovative Eyewear’s team believes strongly that to achieve mass market adoption of smart eyewear, the product must add high-utility techfeatures to comfortable, fashionable, prescription-ready frames.
The clunky form factors and excessive bells and whistles of most smartglass products simply do not meet the optical needs of the typical consumer, who require eyewear that is ergonomic, stylish and practical for all-day wear. Lucyd Lyte offers useful features like open-ear audio, one-touch voice assistant, and handsfree phone calls, in a frame that looks sharp and fits any prescription need. Lucyd Lyte aims to be a revolution in eyewear, by bringing wireless headsets and glasses together into one wearable, suitable for use all day, every day.
Pictured is the upcoming “Moonshot,” the headlining style of the Lucyd Lyte line. Lyte is expected to launch this September on Lucyd.co and Amazon for $119 (and just $35 to add clear prescription lenses at Lucyd.co). To learn more about the company, and how they’re trying to make smartglasses with mass appeal, visit their crowdfund on Startengine. Any investment of $500 or more will include a free Lucyd Lyte frame, with custom lenses if needed, and shipping included.
The Lucyd brand is represented by Richard Sherman, Super Bowl XLVIII champion and current cornerback of the San Francisco 49ers. Mr. Sherman is contracted to be the brand spokesperson through 2021.
You can read more at: https://www.startengine.com/innoeye