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?Intel demonstrates two new pairs of smart eyewear: One fashionable, the other functional

SILICON VALLEY — Santa Clara chipmaker Intel is out this week with two new examples of its continuing work in smart eyewear. The first, an experimental headset designed to display the wearer’s stress level, was featured on a Paris runway by designer Hussein Chalayan. The second is a $450 set of athletic training glasses made in the company’s latest partnership with Oakley.
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