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The problems of navigating public transport for blind and partially-sighted people could soon become a thing of the past.

In an ever dynamic world driven by constant innovation, a smart glass for the blind that comprises of tiny cameras and software with simple visual images, descriptions and signs that are nearby in order to locate their way. 179 more words

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Tiny mollusc on beach could hold key to augmented reality

A tiny mollusc found on British shores may hold the secret to developing an “augmented version” of reality – a discovery that could potentially revolutionise the fledgling world of wearable apps such as Google Glass. 590 more words

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ExtremeTech’s 2014 holiday gift guide: High tech futuristic gift ideas for geeks and nerds

My fellow festive friends, writing for ExtremeTech is probably as close as we’ll ever get to having an actual time machine. We write about science and technology that is so brazenly (and often bizarrely)  199 more words

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In the near future, your face will be your ID

Click, the BBC’s technology news program, recently profiled a US company called FaceFirst, which specializes in facial recognition technology. The California-based firm builds software that uses more 16,000 data points—like the distance between eyes—to identify an individual. 180 more words

Real augmented reality

A less known glasses brand invented a pair of glasses that promises to “show you the reality that you’ve never seen“.

Augmented reality is the new trend these days. 89 more words

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3D augmented reality OS developer Atheer Labs closes a major financing round

Maybe it is time to add XDATA as part of your market monitoring regimen, 14 days free trials are available here. You can find the story and many more on… 10 more words

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Holo Everywhere - Atheer developing new AR headset

HoloLens is all over the news. But let’s take a look at another interesting AR solution – Atheer’s AiR Smart Glasses 

The Mountain View-based start-up… 358 more words

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