Snapchat has been secretly hard at work on what has been described as a competitor to Google Glass. A source has tipped Business Insider off, however, that Snapchat's supposedly top-secret project may have been hiding in plain sight. In...Show More Summary
Think of Google's wearables you likely think of Google Glass (R.I.P) or Android Wear, which is getting better but still not widely used. But this week at its I/O developer conference, Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP)Show More Summary
In what’s become the Google I/O defining moment, the company kicked off the 2012 event with a series of skydivers, bikers, and climbers to debut the hot newness that was Project Glass (hindsight, etc.). Two years later, Google went all...Show More Summary
Former Motorola president Rick Osterloh has returned to Google. Osterloh will be in charge of Google's hardware teams, including Nexus, Chromecast and Google Glass. Re/code reports: A Google rep confirmed that Osterloh has joined the...Show More Summary
A smartphone application that projects a magnified smartphone screen to Google Glass has been developed, which allows users to navigate using head movements to view a corresponding portion of the magnified screen. They have shown that...Show More Summary
Researchers from the Schepens Eye Research Institute of Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School have developed a smartphone application that projects a magnified smartphone screen to Google Glass, which users can navigate using head movements to view a corresponding portion of the magnified screen. Show More Summary
Smart glasses are still a work in progress in terms of technology. The best effort we’ve had so far in from Google in the form of Google Glass. But that was just an […]
Isaac Taylor -- who had a heavy hand in Google Glass before it quietly fell off the face of the planet -- seems to have filled a spot at Google's brand new VR division. His task? Working with Google's Project Tango and VR teams on "Cardboard++."
Google is known to be working on a new smart specs project, but it looks like it won't bear the Glass moniker.
Imagine this scenario: You have the opportunity to work on one of two exciting new projects. One is a piece of wearable technology, like Pebble or Google Glass. You’d have the opportunity to enable people to live healthier, more …
With Google Glass, one of the major barriers to adoption was just how glaringly obvious it was that you were wearing Google Glass. The display was a field sequential color LCoS with a simple projection system to make the display visible at a short distance away from the eye. Show More Summary
For some it was the best of geek chic, for others the birth of a new kind of mobile monster, but regardless of what you may have thought of Google’s controversial Glass eyewear project, there’s no question that this year in particular has been a whirlwind for the glasses of the future. The year began […]
An upgraded version of Google Glass, a head-mounted computer, is underway, despite the tech giant’s announcement last year that had suspended development of the project.
You won't have to wait for Google to reveal the next generation of Glass (aka Project Aura) -- regulators just stepped in on its behalf. A newly published FCC filing shows the previously rumored Enterprise Edition headset, and it's clearly a big improvement over the Explorer model from years earlier. Show More Summary
In March this year, Google’s Eric Schmidt confirmed that its Google Glass project will make a return in the future, although he remained mum back then as to when it would happen. It looks like there is not much longer where one needs...Show More Summary
The Google Glass project was one of the most hyped devices that died an early death when Google opted not to turn it into a consumer device. But its successor, Google Glass Enterprise Edition, a project now run by Nest founder Tony Fadell,...Show More Summary
Seems the Project Aura team (formerly Google Glass team) could be hard at work on introducing a new Glass variant next year, one that doesn't feature the trademark prism display. Find out more in our post.
The two sets without screens – one of which is apparently aimed at sports enthusiasts – reportedly use bone conduction to transmit audio, just like the original Glass. This one is targeted at enterprises, with Project Aura reportedly looking to launch at least two of the three devices next year. Show More Summary
Project Aura, the division behind Google Glass, is working on three new wearables prototypes, one of which functions solely based on audio.
Google is reportedly developing a new wearable device that will be the successor to Google Glass, The Information reports. Jessica Lessin at The Information reports that Google's Project Aura team, which focuses on wearables, is working on a new device — and one of the models doesn't use a screen at all. Show More Summary