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Smart glasses: Finally ready for take-off?

If you thought smart glasses began and ended with Google Glass, you’re mistaken. At least according to the wearable tech analysts at Juniper Research. They’ve launched a new report that says shipments will top 12m by 2020, with a growth spurt coming after 2017. 481 more words

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Will Google Glass make a comeback in 2016?

Google made giant strides towards the wearable devices in recent times through the Google Glass. However, the Google Glass was not so successful in its first attempt. 481 more words

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These powerful smart glasses could help the blind “see"

Daniel Kish has been blind since the age of one, but navigates the world with the help of echolocation. He makes small clicks of sounds, which when reflected from surfaces around him let him create images of the world in the brain—not dissimilar to a bat’s sonar.  295 more words

Extending Scenario: Big Data Influences and Wearable Technology

Surrounded by the living environment of gradual overload of data, we are used to collecting and analyzing data every day. Basically, the application of big data and the following outcome that it brings about, the over exposure of our personal privacy, is always a fundamental concern. 992 more words

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CW @ WIRED2015

Last Friday CW was lucky enough to get access to Day 2 of WIRED2015 conference. Unsurprisingly it was bizarre, wacky and downright bonkers at times but utterly compelling. 477 more words


Holy Augmented Reality, Batman! Jeff Bezos Wants to Sell Magic Glasses.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week published an Amazon patent for an odd-sounding pair of augmented reality smart glasses.

The patent explains how the smart glasses might be wired or wirelessly connected to a device such as a tablet and display video or images from that device in front of the wearer’s eyes. 310 more words


Looking forward

There are at least two types of smart glasses: what one might call bike or run mode (left) and ski mode (right). From the previous blog posts one could watch a video of a grandmaster, a live camera feed of oneself, or, most interesting, both.