According to a press release, owners of the company’s smart glasses can now interact with ChatGPT via the company’s new Lucyd. This app is available on iOS and Android and works with its Lucyd, Nautica, and Eddie Bauer branded smart glasses.
Innovative Eyewear notes that owners of these glasses can download the app and ask ChatGPT questions with microphones already built into the glasses. ChatGPT can then respond to these questions via speakers, such as from the phone, or other paired devices.
Harrison Gross, CEO of Innovative Eyewear, said the following about the news:
“We are excited to be the first company to provide ChatGPT enabled smart eyewear. With our new Lucyd app, which is free to our eyewear customers, we are continuing to make smart eyewear more accessible and functional than ever before.”
What This Means for LUCY Stock
Considering the massive interest in artificial intelligence (), it makes sense LUCY stock would rise on this news. The smart glasses announcement has resulted in heavy trading today. As of this writing, some 49 million shares have changed hands. For comparison, the company’s daily average trading volume is roughly 1.7 million shares,
LUCY stock is up 135% as of Tuesday morning.
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