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Smart glasses poised for enterprise adoption

Many may have been misled that Google Glass is dead and gone, a failed innovation. But that’s not what is happening. Google has simply retired it Glass Explorer Program and graduated Glass out of Google[x]. 148 more words

ABI Research

Goodbye to Google Glass

By Kelly Gerrish

It was once billed as the future of technology. But less than seven months after being released in the UK, we’re saying goodbye to Google Glass.

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Technology News

Dos patentes de Apple iPhone flexible y Smart Glasses

Apple consiguió dos nuevas patentes que dan que hablar: un iPhone con pantalla flexible y su línea de smarts glasses. Estas innovaciones fueron aprobadas junto con otras 28 el martes pasado por la Oficina de Patentes y Marcas de Estados Unidos (USPTO por su nombre en inglés). 215 more words

Tecnologias

Military company to release affordable augmented reality glasses for consumers

Based on high-tech military wearables, a California-based company is unveiling consumer-oriented state-of-the-art augmented reality glasses – a competitor to Google Glass. They are expected to be released in 2015 at prices below $1000. 365 more words

Augmented Reality

iShade Intelligent Sunglasses

iShade Intelligent Sunglasses.

These sunglasses lens transition from light to dark and back again so fast you won’t notice!
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Yes, these sunglasses are different. They have a lens that changes in response to the light intensity and unlike other photochromic sunglasses they make the change fast – very fast. 595 more words

Polarised Sun Glasses

The Wearable Future

As stated in an earlier post, Optical Head Mounted Devices (OHMD’s), that stood upon the shoulders of Google Glass, have been helping businesses streamline many mundane chores that could be done (even better) than by humans alone. 51 more words

Wearables

Epson BT-200 review: augmented reality is getting … somewhere

A small robot floated in my vision and asked a simple question: Where would I like to go?

His name was Sparky, and he was developed especially for the Epson Moverio BT-200 augmented reality glasses I was wearing by a team of students at Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center. 479 more words

Augmented Reality