Did Microsoft just leapfrog over Google Glass with the HoloLens?
This is just going to be remembered as basically a Segway for your face, right? Maybe not. Microsoft recently introduced its own augmented reality, head-based piece of technology, joining the likes of Google Glass and Oculus Rift. Will...Show More Summary
The thing about Google Glass is that Sergey Brin was absolutely right. Back in 2013 he stood on the TED stage and shared this video: He called the act of staring down at our phones all day 'emasculating' - a word that got him a bunch of heat for its male-oriented worldview. Show More Summary
Google Glass set the bar pretty low. If Microsoft delivers on its promises, Hololens will easily outdo it
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The opportunity to buy Google Glass is now past. The test drive is over. The beta install has expired. The free trial membership has ended. The testing phase of the product development life cycle has come to a close, and Google Glass has graduated.
Just days after a report claiming Apple supplier Quanta Computer has begun ramping up production of the upcoming 12-inch MacBook Air, Chinese site iFanr shares some photos [Google Translate] of what it says is the display assembly for...Show More Summary
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Wired's review. An easy to use developer toolkit is really, really key. Otherwise this will be another Google Glass.
It feels like a science experiment, and many questions remain. But this augmented reality gizmo is bold—and nothing like Google Glass. Wrapping up a tech-product keynote by casually announcing "one more thing" is, of course, a move synonymous with the Apple events presided over by Steve Jobs. Show More Summary
Smart glasses are definitely a piece of wearable technology that is catching on, with different hardware manufacturers giving it a go. Google has been the highest profile one of them all, although it is with a rather sad tone that we hear how Google is no longer going to offer their Google Glass wearable tech to the masses. I guess it has yet to achieve a critical mass in the...
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Microsoft stunned audiences of Wednesday's Windows 10 event by unveiling HoloLens, the company's augmented-reality headset and platform. Not only is the tech incredibly cool, the timing couldn't be better. Coming just a week after Google...Show More Summary
The next frontier of computing seems, fairly inevitably, the space directly in front of our eye holes. Nevermind that Google Glass washed out (for now), or that Oculus Rift is still a niche within a niche. Our wrists are being colonized. Our faces are next. And Microsoft, of all the players, might be the conquistador. Read more...
Microsoft shocked the world today when they debuted a set of holographic goggles they are calling the HoloLens. Think Google Glass meets Oculus Rift and you should have a good idea of this device. With this announcement, the market for computers on our faces is suddenly heating up. Show More Summary
Microsoft just unveiled the future of Windows 10 today in Redmond and along with some crazy holographic goggles that take on Google Glass and Oculus, company executives revealed the ambitious plan to make the next generation of Windows the first … Read more ›
No one wants to wear a computer on their face.
The Onion: “We are committed to positively impacting the lives of poverty-stricken smug pricks by distributing the surplus inventory of Google Glass to self-important fucks throughout sub-Saharan Africa,” a statement released by theShow More Summary