This Maker wanted something a little different from Google Glass — he built a wearable computer completely from scratch and uses magnets to attach it to his glasses. Read more on MAKE The post Homebrewed Heads-Up Display Magnetically Snaps to Your Glasses appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.
Wearable technologies — such as Google Glass — present not only a direct user experience challenge, but also a social experience challenge. How are individuals wearing these new technologies perceived? How do they perceive themselves?...Show More Summary
Google is always working on advanced projects in its Google X lab — the birthplace of its self-driving cars, Google Glass, and a number of other technological advances. One such project is set to change the way we generate clean energy, thanks to a fleet of airborne wind turbines that fly like kites. Show More Summary
Wearables are almost becoming extension to our body. From obtrusive wearables i.e. Google Glass to almost invisible sensors, they are penetrating our lives like never before. Smartwatches have enjoyed tremendous adoption than the other wearables devices, primarily because they mesh rights into our everyday life. Show More Summary
These phones are going to look so great while you’re wearing your Google Glasses. ?
Google Glasses is one of the newest technology used by modern warehouses to make them more efficient writes the Wall Street Journal. Traditionally warehouses have just been about low wage workers doing manual labor....Show More Summary
When you mention innovation, most people immediately think of the latest app that tracks daily life with pinpoint precision, or costly new technologies like Google Glass that just a decade ago would have been considered impossible. But...Show More Summary
Exel, a Deutsche Post DHL Group ujnit, will give workers Internet-connected eyewear like Google Glass in two U.S. warehouses in a bid to boost productivity.
Although Google Glass may have been pulled as a product for the masses, Alphabet plans on continuing to develop the device for professional applications. And it’s certainly proving itself useful in medicine, as a new study in Journal of Medical Toxicology has shown that it’s useful and effective for tele-toxicology consults. Show More Summary
The Google Glass for cycling, SENTH IN1 gives visual updates about rides and calls, without taking your hands off the handlebars
The Google Glass experiment didn’t go well, but it sure paved the way for a lot of innovation in the smart headgear area. The...
A couple of years ago we checked out OpenGlass, a prototype software that used Google Glass to help the visually impaired identify objects. OrCam has a very similar function. It has a camera that clips on…
Google Glass, a head-mounted streaming audio/video device, may be used to effectively extend bed-side toxicology consults to distant health care facilities such as community and rural hospitals to diagnose and manage poisoned patien...
Google has been granted a patent on a Google Glass screen that can attach to a hat. Google is apparently looking for ways to integrate Glass into existing wearables and clothing, instead of positioning it only as a standalone device worn by “Glassholes.” The technology consists of a mount, which attaches to the hat, and the display […]
If you followed the Google Glass saga, you remember that everything started out pretty hunky dory. There was an exciting demo that included people jumping out of a plane. Then there were developers in line to pay $1,500 to have a play with them and build apps for the hardware. It was a developer-only program. What could go wrong? The “shower incident.” That’s what. Read More
Google has decided to give Google Glass a surprising second chance. Yes, that little gadget everyone started thinking was dead and actually got discontinued in January is making a comeback. But don’t expect to see Google Glass on the streets again anytime soon, though. Show More Summary
Though considered an epic failure, according to its makers and a recent patent, Google Glass might have simply suffered from first-version woes
Shooting through glass can be tricky. Although a reflection can occasionally add an interesting visual element to a scene, it seems like they often end up distracting from whatever you were actually trying to capture. A circular polarizing...Show More Summary
Each month we bring you the FreshMinds Agile Innovation Update. This month we’re looking at the future of Google Glass, Amazon’s new platform to help start-ups bring products to market, growth in mobile banking and investment in delivery start-ups. Show More Summary
Researchers say they've figured out how to remove things like chain-link fences, raindrops and glass reflections from photos.