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It Turns Out The Google Glass Guy Is Funding A Secret Dirigible Project: Report

2 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

If you’ve ever wondered how the technocrat gazillionaires actually use their power and influence, here is a little glimpse into that world: Sergei Brin, Google co-founder and Google Glass proponent, has been running dirigible project in secret. Read more...

These gloriously impractical VR goggles are the next Google Glass

Virtual reality as we know it today didn't exist in the 19th century, but what if it did? What if, alongside the monocles, pocket watches, and snuffboxes of proper gentlemen of the time, there existed, somehow, a fancy pants VR headset.  You...Show More Summary

Apple safety reports hint at augmented reality glasses, sort of

Is Apple really making a Google Glass-esque augmented reality device? We’re still skeptical, but a new report indicates the company is at least testing some sort of head-adjacent wearable. A safety inspector contracted with Apple accidentally emailed an incident report to hundreds of Apple employees, who then sent the document to Gizmodo. Show More Summary

Google wants to give you fashion tips with its newest feature

Google is known for doing lots of things well — but fashion isn’t one of them. It is, after all, the company that tried to make Google Glass seem cool. But the search giant isn’t giving up on style yet, announcing Friday a new feature for mobile users that could help them choose outfits. Google...

10 Worst Product Flops of All Time

Remember Google Glass ? Google would likely rather forget it. The wearable technology tops the worst product flops of all time, according to 24/7 Wall St, which outlines the top 50 (though it doesn't share its methodology in compiling the list). While Google Glass faced privacy concerns and public bans,...

Augmented reality in hazardous locations with ODG’s new smart glasses

When some people think of smart glasses they might think of Robert Scoble wearing Google Glass in the shower but a new set of augmented reality glasses from Osterhout Design Group Inc. has been designed to be used in hazardous locations which don’t include Scoble’s bathroom. Show More Summary

The Google Pixel's best feature came from Google's biggest flop

Every time you buy a Pixel, you're buying a little piece of Google Glass.        


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Benefits of Supplying Employees with Wearables

It might surprise you to learn all the ways wearables can be a helpful productivity tool for your company. The demand for wearable technology devices continues to grow rapidly, from Google Glass to virtual reality kits and fitness bands. Some companies are now opting to supply their employees with wearable devices. Let’s explore the benefits...

The Pixel’s great camera is thanks to software from Google Glass

The secret behind the Pixel camera is software called "Gcam." The project goes all the way back to 2011 as a concept camera for Google Glass.

The Pixel’s camera software has its origins in Google Glass

It turns out part of what makes the Pixel's camera so good is that it adopts software originally made for Google Glass.

Apple is on the defensive as it prepares the iPhone for the fight of its life (MSFT, AAPL)

Apple is working on a pair of Google Glass-style smart glasses powered by your iPhone, Bloomberg reports. And it's no surprise why: Apple CEO Tim Cook has said augmented reality, the technology used to project computer-generated imagery...Show More Summary

Here's the one place where Google Glass is actually thriving

Google Glass died in 2015. And while there have been numerous rumblings about a second-generation version, it has yet to materialize in any official capacity. But, as it turns out, Glass isn't completely dead. Sure, for you, me, and all the cool Spectacles-wearing teens, Glass will never be cool (it still looks as dorky today as at did in 2013). Show More Summary

Four short links: 20 March 2017

Time Series Database, Open Source Maintenance, Conversational Devices, and Google Glass's Act Two TimescaleDB -- an open source time series database optimized for fast ingest and complex queries. Fully compatible with Postgres. Managing...Show More Summary

Sunday Links: Google Glass Enjoys Second Life

School name changes, Chinatown fire, Bay Area Quidditch. [ more › ]

Sex robots: are they the new form of intimacy?

Throughout the 21 st century, our world has seen many great advances in technology. Smart phones, virtual reality headsets, drones, Google Glass, in-ear language translators – the list goes on. One technological advancement that has taken huge form in the past decade is robots – specifically human robots that are made as companions for humans. Show More Summary

The Zeitgeist of 2017

TweetRight here: Here’s what you do, you attach the lens of an old Google Glass onto the side of some Snapchat Spectacles and then put on a red Make America Great Again baseball cap and then sidle on into the ZG randomly saying, “OK Google” every ten seconds or so and then see how that works […]

When Intel redesigns the Google Glass

2 months agoArts : Yanko Design

When Intel redesigns the Google Glass Google did create the first wearable with the Google Glass, but honestly with its $1500 price tag, it sounded like a failure at the get go....

Google radically scales back glassy new HQ plans, unveils conventional corporate building instead

Less than two years ago, Google unveiled plans to build a new campus project as a vast open air city replete with greenery, inside of a massive glass greenhouse atrium. Now, the company is forwarding plans to build a basic tent-shaped building.

Eyewear Makers Take a Fresh Look at Smart Glasses

Several years after the failure of Google’s smart glasses, tech companies and eyewear makers are still struggling to find the right formula for successful connected eyewear. But a new player in the sector could revitalize the catego...

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