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Future Eyeglasses: Can Take Pictures & Measure Blood Sugar

It looks like we will totally forget about eyeglasses frames because of the techy eyeglass frames innovations we’re finding out.

Recently, tech giants like Google, Samsung and Sony presented to the public their VR (virtual reality) headsets Google Cardboard, Samsung Gear VR, and Sony PlayStation VR respectively. 651 more words

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Google Glass is still around -- and it may be coming to more hospital rooms

The next time you spot a Google Glass in the wild, it might not be on the face of a fervid techie. It might be on your doctor. 446 more words

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FOR ALL THE CYCLING AFICIONADO OUT THERE

Do you like cycling as much as we do in #DailyGadgets4all? If yes, we have got some pretty exciting news for you.

What can be more refreshing than early morning bicycle ride around the city? 264 more words

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Future world of AR smart glasses

A glimpse into the future world of #AugmentedReality #SmartGlasses 🤓👾 http://bit.ly/25R0xX0 🕶🤖 #WearableTech #tech #vr

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Movie Review: Jeruzalem (2015)

Found-footage horror…are we still doing this?

All these films should come with a disclaimer now, like the parental advisory, explicit lyrics sticker that would appear on album covers (remember those days?). 642 more words

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Blind Microsoft engineer unveils AI-powered project that helps him 'see' the world

Source: International Business Times UK

By: Jason Murdock

In a heartfelt demo that rounded off the Microsoft Build conference keynote this year, software engineer Saqib Shaikh outlined an ongoing research project that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to help visually impaired or blind people to better ‘see’ the world around them. 133 more words

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Augmented Reality Movie Director: If Tech Is Made to Be Addictive, 'We're F*cked' (Q&A)

When Benjamin Dickinson directed “Creative Control,” an independent film that premiered at South by Southwest last year and was bought by Amazon last fall, he had never used any… 575 more words

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