I'm at the start of writing a short story and I've come to a section where I need to introduce a lot of new information, but I feel like there's too much for the read to take in at once. Here's the offending sentence (new info highlighted): Pushing a thought through the trodes in her headband, she brought up the multi-tool's menu on the AR display of her glasses and selected the flat-head screwdriver. The new information I want to convey to the reader is: The character is wearing a headband that contains a "trodes" that allow her to interact with her items by thought. She is wearing glasses that have an Augmented Reality display. Through the combination of the above, she can select the required mode for the multi-tool. I feel like that's a lot of new information for a reader to take in in a single sentence. Am I correct in that assumption? If so, how can I best introduce these concepts without causing information overload? On a side note, I can feel how it would go in a visual medium, like a comic or movie, just struggling translating in to the page.