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User's Guide
Copyright©2016 Seiko Epson Corporation. All rights reserved.
Printed in China XX.XX.-XX(XXX)
2016.11
Information on the Moverio Website
Provides useful tips and support information.
https://moverio.epson.com/

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    User's Guide Copyright©2016 Seiko Epson Corporation. All rights reserved. Information on the Moverio Website Printed in China XX.XX.-XX(XXX) 2016.11 Provides useful tips and support information. https://moverio.epson.com/...

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    Welcome to the BT-300 These smart glasses allow you to enjoy viewing images and use apps anywhere and anytime you like. The see-through lenses allow you to create your own world using AR (Augmented Reality) which overlays images on your actual surroundings.

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    Enjoy viewing images View images on the Web View saved images View images playing on other devices INTERNET cable Movie sites Save easily by USB Sync with images on a smartphone ➡ "Viewing Movies on a Website ➡ "Viewing Movies Copied from a ➡...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Instructions ....... 6 Viewing Images ....... . .37 Viewing Movies on a Website (Browser) .

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    User's Guide Organization User's Guide (this guide) This guide provides information on safely using this product, basic operating methods, and troubleshoot- ing. Make sure you read this guide before using the product. Start Guide This guide provides information on using this product for the first time. Symbols Used in this Guide ■...

  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    01_Chapter title Safety Instructions 01_Head A For your safety, read the attached documents carefully to use the product For your safety, unplug the product when it is not being used. The correctly. After you have read the documents, keep them in a safe place insulation may deteriorate, which may result in electric shock, fire, or so that you can refer to them quickly at a later date.

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    Safety Instructions 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Warning Product usage precautions Do not throw the product into a fire and do not heat the product. Do not place objects with naked flames, such as candles, on this product. Do not start using this product at a high volume. Doing so Doing so may result in heat, fire, or explosion.

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    • Follow any rules stipulated by medical institutions that prohibit the use of devices emitting electromagnetic waves, or that prohibit en- the power plug, and contact your local dealer or the Epson service try to certain areas with such devices.

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    Safety Instructions 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Caution Usage environment and condition sult in itching or a rash. precautions Hold the controller securely or place it on a stable surface and make 02__lead sure the cables are not pulled with undue force. Dropping the head- Do not place the product in locations subjected to vibrations or set due to the weight of the controller may result in injury or mal- shocks.

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    Sometimes allergies dergoes other services. Epson shall not be responsible for the loss of may occur due to the coating or material of the product.

  • Page 11: Notes On Usage

    01_Chapter title Notes on Usage 01_Head A List of Safety Symbols (corresponding to IEC60950-1 A2) This product uses an Si-OLED display panel. Due to the char- acteristics of the Si- OLED, you may notice burn-in or de - The following table lists the meaning of the safety symbols labeled creasing luminance on the panel.

  • Page 12: Getting Ready

    Getting Ready Part Names and Functions Controller Cross-key (touch sensor) Power button Selects items and scrolls the screen. Turns the power on or off. ➡ "Turning On and Off" on page 20 (this guide) Enter key LED indicator Selects or confirms items. Indicates the status of the product.

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    Getting Ready Headset Tap to mute Temples This function allows you to tap twice to Open the temples to wear. temporarily hide the image and mute ➡ "Wearing the Headset" on page 16 the audio. (this guide) Nose pads Ambient light sensor When wearing the product over Senses the brightness of your sur- glasses, replace with the supplied...

  • Page 14: Charging

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Charging Connect the controller and AC adapter. Connect the controller and the AC adapter with the USB 02__lead The product is not fully charged at the time of purchase. cable. Charge before use. This section explains how to charge using the AC adapter. Plug in the AC adapter.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A When the battery is charged 90% or higher, the LED indicator stops flashing and remains on. The LED indicator turns off when the battery is fully charged. (The LED indicator provides a rough 02__lead indication of the amount of remaining battery.) Disconnect the AC adapter and the USB cable.

  • Page 16: Wearing The Headset

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Wearing the Headset Connect the earphone microphone to the earphone microphone socket. 02__lead Use both hands to open the temples, and then put on Attach the earphones before playing back any content. Noise may be heard if the earphone microphone is dis- the headset.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Wearing over Glasses The nose pad for glasses fits over your glasses. By replacing with the supplied nose pad for glasses, the headset can 02__lead be worn over glasses. (The headset can only be worn over glasses that are approximately 147 mm wide.) Make sure that you do not damage the glasses and the lens of the headset when wearing.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Attaching the lens holder and wearing the Pull the nose pad forward to remove it. headset 02__lead If you wear glasses, the lens holder allows you to wear the head- set without wearing your glasses. Visit your local opticians and have them install lenses in the lens holder and attach them to the headset.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Attaching and Removing the Shade ■ Removing the Shade If it is too bright to view the screen when wearing the headset, attach Raise the bottom edge of the shade and pull carefully 02__lead the shade.

  • Page 20: Turning On And Off

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Turning On and Off • See the following for information on using the controller. 02__lead Turning on ➡ "Using the Controller" on page 22 (this guide) Before turning on the product, check the charge level. •...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Turning off If operations are unstable, you can force the product to shutdown by holding down the Power button for at least 10 seconds. 02__lead Hold down the Power button for at least one second. Do not force the product to shutdown unless operations are unstable.

  • Page 22: Using The Controller

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Using the Controller Using the Cross-key/Enter key ■ Cross-key 02__lead You can operate the product using one of the following methods. The Cross-key is an electrostatic touch sensor, and will react to the lightest of touches. The selection moves when you select icons or displayed items.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A ■ Enter key Selects or confirms items or launches the app. 02__lead...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Using the Trackpad ■ Flick When you touch the trackpad with your finger, a pointer is Swipe your finger with a 02__lead displayed on the screen. Move the pointer to operate the dragging motion, or swipe product.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Entering text When you select a location where text entry is possible, 02__lead the software keyboard is displayed. Enter text using the keyboard. Changing the text entry mode Press the [?123] key or the [ABC] key to switch between characters on the keyboard, and press the [ ↑...

  • Page 26: Using The Home Screen

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Using the Home Screen Launching an application Launch an app from the APPS list screen. 02__lead You can launch applications and perform various settings from the Home screen. Home screen The following screen is the initial screen you see when us- ing this product.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Arranging apps and widgets on the Home screen Deleting apps and widgets from the Home screen Select apps and widgets you want to display on the Home Delete apps and widgets that have been placed on the 02__lead screen from the APPS/WIDGETS list screen, and then ar- Home screen.

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Status bar icons Preinstalled applications Gallery 02__lead Playing music ➡ Page 38 (this guide) Connecting/using wireless LAN Music Connecting to Bluetooth Browser ➡ Page 37 (this guide) Scanning microSD card Calendar Battery charge status Search Charging Sound Recorder...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Available widgets MOVERIO Apps Market Widgets are small applications that display information on 02__lead Contacts the Home screen. The following widgets are available for this product. Mov Filer Analog clock Bookmark Calendar Contacts Email Music Music playlist Search...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Setting the language, date and Select the language you want to use. time 02__lead Setting the language You can set the display language. Select [ ] on the APPS list screen. Select [Personal] - [Language & input]. The display language changes.

  • Page 31: Setting The Language, Date And Time

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Setting the date and time Enable [Automatic date & time]. Set the date and time. 02__lead Select [ ] on the APPS list screen. Select [System] - [Date & time]. The date and time are set automatically. •...

  • Page 32: Setting Up Network

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Setting up network If [Off] is selected, set it to [On]. 02__lead Setup Wi-Fi so that the product can connect to the Internet over a wireless LAN environment. Check the following before setting up. •...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A • See the following for details on how to enter text. Enter the password, and then select [CONNECT]. ➡ "Entering text" on page 25 (this guide) 02__lead • When you cannot find the SSID you want to connect to, select [Add network] from [ ] to add the SSID.

  • Page 34: Bluetooth Settings

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Bluetooth settings If [Off] is selected, set it to [On]. 02__lead You need to adjust Bluetooth settings to allow the product to con- nect wirelessly to Bluetooth enabled devices. Check the following before setting up. •...

  • Page 35: Adjusting The Screen

    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Adjusting the Screen Adjusting Brightness of the Lens (Using the Shade) 02__lead About the screen size If it is too bright to view the screen when wearing the headset, attach the shade. You can change the size of the screen depending on the distance ➡...

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    Getting Ready 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Adjusting the Brightness of the Screen Disable [Adaptive brightness]. The product comes with a built-in ambient light sensor that auto- 02__lead matically adjusts the brightness of the image to the brightness of the surroundings. To manually adjust the brightness of the images, follow the steps below to turn off the auto adjustment feature.

  • Page 37: Viewing Images

    01_Chapter title Viewing Images 01_Head A Viewing Movies on a Website If the URL field is hidden, select the tab to show it again. (Browser) 02__lead This section explains how to connect to the Internet and view movies on a website. Connect to the internet using Browser.

  • Page 38: Viewing Movies Copied From A Computer (gallery)

    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Viewing Movies Copied from a Select [ ] on the APPS list screen. Computer (Gallery) 02__lead The Gallery's main screen is displayed. This section explains how to view images saved on your Select the data you want to view. computer.

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    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Operations while playing movies 02__lead Pause The pause button is displayed when you select the screen. Select [ ] to pause play back. Movie positioning Drag [ ] to the right or left to change the position where you want to start playing.

  • Page 40: Viewing Images On Other Devices (miracast)

    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Viewing Images on Other Devices Select [Device] - [Display]. (Miracast) 02__lead This section explains how to connect this product with computers, smartphones, and televisions that support Miracast, and then view content playing on a television or smartphone on this product, and how to view content playing on this product on a television.

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    Viewing Images 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Casting Images Select [Enable wireless display] from [ 02__lead Set up the device receiving the image so that it is ready to accept the image being cast. Select [ ] on the APPS list screen. Select [Device] - [Display].

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    01_Chapter title Using Apps 01_Head A Shooting a Movie (Camera) Drag the left edge of the screen to the right, and then select [ 02__lead You can shoot a video using the built-in camera. • Make sure you do not infringe on any copyrights when shooting a video with this product or when editing, reproducing, or sharing recorded data.

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    Using Apps 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Select [ 02__lead Shooting ends and the video you shot is automatically saved to the product's internal storage.

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    Using Apps 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Downloading Apps The license agreement screen is only displayed the first time you log in. Select [Agree] to display the Sign in 02__lead Use the MOVERIO Apps Market to download apps to the screen. product.

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    Using Apps 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Enter the ID, Email address, and Password you want to use for the MOVERIO Apps Market. 02__lead Select [Create]. When the account is created, you are returned to the MOVERIO Apps Market Sign in screen.

  • Page 46: Downloading Apps

    You can also select apps from the [ Access the following website from your computer's browser. https://moverio.epson.com/jsp/pc/pc_login.jsp The MOVERIO Apps Market Login screen is displayed. The explanation screen for the app is displayed. Enter the User ID and Password, and then select [Login].

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    Using Apps 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Select [Install]. 02__lead The app is queued for installation. When you connect the device to the Internet, queued apps are automatically downloaded and installed. If you do not want to install apps automatically, select ] - [Settings], and then clear [Auto install].

  • Page 48: Troubleshooting

    01_Chapter title Troubleshooting 01_Head A If you think a malfunction has occurred, check the follow- • If the controller gets too hot due to prolonged use or the ing. usage environment, battery charging stops, and the product may turn off for safety reasons. Wait for the temperature to 02__lead fall, and then turn the product back on.

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    Troubleshooting 01_Chapter title 01_Head A When using at home Images are fuzzy • Check that the wireless LAN router or access point is turned • Switch between 2D or 3D. 02__lead • If the product gets too hot, the image brightness may be •...

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    Troubleshooting 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Cannot download apps If you cannot download apps from the MOVERIO Apps Market, 02__lead check that the product can connect to the network. ➡ "Cannot connect to the network" on page 49 (this guide) Maintenance If you can see marks in the image or if the image is hazy, check that there is no dirt, dust, fingerprints, and so on, on the lenses.

  • Page 51: System Update

    Troubleshooting 01_Chapter title 01_Head A System Update Select [Download]. 02__lead This product comes with a built-in system update function. Update the system to the latest version before using the product. Updating the System Connect the AC adapter to the product, and run the update while the product is turned on.

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    Troubleshooting 01_Chapter title 01_Head A Checking the System Version Press the Power button on the controller to turn off the product. 02__lead Select [ ] on the APPS list screen. The next time you turn on the product, the updated sys- tem starts.

  • Page 53: Specifications

    01_Chapter title Specifications 01_Head A Model Number BT-300 (H756A) Material Si-OLED 02__lead Panel size 0.43" wide panel (16:9) Panel pixel count 921,600 HD (horizontal 1280 x vertical 720 dots) x 3 Angle of view Approximately 23 degrees (diagonally) Virtual screen size 40"...

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    2.4 GHz band 1 to 13 ch, 5 GHz band 36 to 144 ch Modulation ODFM, DS-SS Potential interference range 10 m Battery life Approximately 6 hours (standard life under Epson's evaluation conditions) Exterior dimensions Headset 178 x 191 x 25 mm (without the shade) (D x W x H) Controller...

  • Page 55: Intellectual Property Rights

    Wi-Fi®, Wi-Fi Direct™, and Miracast™ are the trademarks or registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are registered trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such marks by the Seiko Epson Corporation is under license.

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    Intellectual Property Rights INTEL END USER SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT IMPORTANT - READ BEFORE COPYING, INSTALLING OR USING. Do not use or load software from this site or any associated materials until you have carefully read the following terms and conditions. By loading or using the Software, you agree to the terms of this Agreement.

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    Intellectual Property Rights You acknowledge that there are significant uses of the Software in its original, unmodified and uncombined form. The consideration for the license in this Agreement reflects Intel's continuing right to assert patent claims against any modifications or derivative works (including, without limitation, error corrections and bug fixes) of, or combinations with, the Software that You or third parties make that infringe any Intel patent claim.

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    Intellectual Property Rights THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARY. Intel is an intended beneficiary of the End User License Agreement and has the right to enforce all of its terms. U.S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS. No Government procurement regulation or contract clauses or provision will be considered a part of any transaction between the Parties under this Agreement unless its inclusion is required by statute, or mutually agreed upon in writing by the Parties in connection with a specific transaction.

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    Intellectual Property Rights and regulations (e.g., the International Traffic in Arms Regulations [ITAR]) must not be transferred to non-U.S. persons, whether located in the U.S. or abroad, without a government license. You will indemnify Intel against any loss related to Your failure to conform to these requirements. APPLICABLE LAWS.

  • Page 60: General Notes

    01_Chapter title General Notes 01_Head A Notes Regarding Wireless Do not use the Wireless LAN function in France unless you are indoors. If you purchase this product outside of North America and Taiwan, please note that this product emits wireless LAN electromagnetic waves on channels 1 to 13.

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    Class B Personal Computers and Peripherals; and/or CPU Boards and Power Supplies used with Class B Personal Computers We : Epson America, Inc. Located at : 3840 Kilroy Airport Way MS : 3-13 Long Beach, CA 90806 Tel : 562-981-3840 Declare under sole responsibility that the product identified herein, complies with 47CFR Part 2 and 15 of the FCC rules as a Class B digital device.

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    General Notes FCC/Industry Can- FCC Notices ada (IC) Notices This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause unde- sired operation.

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    General Notes Indication of the manufacturer and the importer in accordance with requirements of directive 2011/65/EU (RoHS) Manufacturer: SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION Address: 3-5, Owa 3-chome, Suwa-shi, Nagano-ken 392-8502 Japan Telephone: 81-266-52-3131 Importer: SEIKO EUROPE B.V. Address: Azië building, Atlas ArenA, Hoogoorddreef 5, 1101 BA Amsterdam Zuidoost...

  • Page 64: Contact List

    A more up-to-date contact address can be obtained from the corresponding website listed here. If you do not find what you 02__lead need on any of these pages, please visit the main Epson home page at www.epson.com. EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA...

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    Contact List ISRAEL ITALY KAZAKHSTAN LATVIA Epson Israel Epson Italia s.p.a. Epson Kazakhstan Rep. Office Epson Service Center Latvia http://www.epson.co.il http://www.epson.it http://www.epson.kz http://www.epson.lv LITHUANIA LUXEMBURG MACEDONIA NETHERLANDS Epson Service Center Lithuania Epson Europe B.V. Digit Computer Engineering Epson Europe B.V.

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    Epson (Middle East) http://www.epson.ae NORTH, CENTRAL AMERICA & CARIBBEAN ISLANDS CANADA COSTA RICA MEXICO ECUADOR Epson Canada, Ltd. Epson Costa Rica, S.A. Epson Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Epson Ecuador http://www.epson.ca http://www.epson.co.cr http://www.epson.com.mx http://www.epson.com.ec U. S. A. Epson America, Inc. http://www.epson.com...

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    Epson Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. http://www.epson.co.id Toyoshina Plant http://www.epson.co.kr http://www.epson.com.my http://www.epson.jp NEW ZEALAND PHILIPPINES SINGAPORE TAIWAN Epson New Zealand Epson Philippines Co. Epson Singapore Pte. Ltd. Epson Taiwan Technology & Trad- http://www.epson.co.nz http://www.epson.com.ph http://www.epson.com.sg ing Ltd. http://www.epson.com.tw THAILAND Epson (Thailand) Co.,Ltd. http://www.epson.co.th...

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