Seeing into the Future: New Opportunities on the Horizon for Smart Eyewear

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The eyewear industry can be a complex market as consumers have various discriminating needs. The wearable market is predominately saturated with activity trackers, but within four years, Frost & Sullivan believes that smart eyewear and watches could be growing at far higher rates. We have segmented the eyewear market into three broad categories: consumer, occupational and medical grade products. The eyes are said to be the window to the world, but what if a product could change or enhance that viewing window? Digital eyewear has the potential to revolutionize both the wearable and healthcare industries, and the future looks promising in this emerging market.

TOC:
- Growing Interest in Smart Eyewear
- Consumer Grade Market Segmentation
- Occupational Grade Market Segmentation
- Medical Grade Market Segmentation
- Enabling Technologies
- Consumer Backlash
- Future Implications

Exhibits:
- Wearables Market: Percent Volume Breakdown, Global, 2014
- Drivers and Restraints for Smart Eyewear Innovation
- Consumer Grade: Potential Product Benefits
- Occupational Grade: Potential Product Benefits
- Medical Grade: Potential Product Benefits
- Enabling Technologies
- Product Features

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