Vuzix M4-series Smart Glasses now support BlueJeans by Verizon video collaboration platform

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April 22, 2021 – Vuzix Corporation, a provider of smart glasses and augmented reality (AR) technology and products, has recently announced that its Vuzix M400 and M4000 Smart Glasses now support BlueJeans by Verizon, the company’s cloud-based digital workforce video collaboration platform.

The BlueJeans video collaboration platform enables face-to-face communications, helping to bring people closer together for more effective collaboration. The platform combines high quality audio, HD video and web-conferencing capabilities for cloud-based meetings or large interactive events, and is now available to run hands-free on the Vuzix M400 and M4000 Smart Glasses.

The Vuzix M4-Series of smart glasses are Android-based and are backed by an 8-core processor, 4K capable phased-detect auto-focus camera, hands-free voice control, three noise cancelling microphones along with hot swappable batteries that provide extended run time capability. The lightweight, ruggedized and IP67-rated Vuzix Smart Glasses are also supported by a line of accessories that allow them to be worn in almost any enterprise environment ranging from operating rooms to construction sites.

“Verizon is an important strategic partner for Vuzix and we are pleased to collaborate with the Verizon team to add BlueJeans to the Vuzix app store and begin marketing this hands-free solution together with Verizon to enterprise customers,” said Paul Travers, President and CEO of Vuzix. “The addition of BlueJeans provides customers with even more options of popular enterprise grade video collaboration platforms to choose from to support their digital workforce remotely, safely and most importantly hands-free.”

The BlueJeans by Verizon application specifically engineered for the Vuzix M4-Series Smart Glasses can now be downloaded from the Vuzix App Store. For more information on the BlueJeans platform, click here. For more information on Vuzix and its augmented reality smart glasses solutions, please visit the company’s website.

Image credit: Vuzix / Verizon

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