UCF’s recent study confirms what should be common sense knowledge: head mounted augmented reality devices are not to be worn while driving.
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(University of Central Florida) Heads-up display technology -- think Google Glass - - offers lots of information to users in seconds, literally in front of their eyes. Access to information is critical in today's fast-paced world, but...Show More Summary
As reality slowly sinks in that Trump will become president of the United States of America, many of us are turning to other things — anything — for comfort. For us at Mashable, it was Snapchat's Spectacles, the $130 camera glasses it...Show More Summary
Robert Scoble has done it again. The super-enthusiastic tech pundit is infamous for a 2013 photo of himself wearing Google Glass in the shower. In it, Scoble looks like he's red-faced screaming in joy at the camera while still wet and...Show More Summary
Everybody has easy access to the virtual world these days. Thanks to the surge of various VR glasses in the market from both huge tech companies (Google, Samsung, and HTC)
Ever since Apple released the iPad, many across the tech industry have openly wondered what Apple's next big tech breakthrough will be. Sure, the company released the Apple Watch in 2014, but that device, thus far, has been more of a...Show More Summary
If you want to make something cool, don’t give it to geeks first. Google Glass learned that the hard way. Despite Snapchat’s best efforts, Robert Scoble still got ahold of a pair of the Spectacles camera glasses. He’s the enthusiastic tech blogger above who shot a nude selfie wearing Google Glass in the shower that came to embody the gadget’s cursed brand. He even… Read More
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Yesterday, Bloomberg let the world know that Apple might have some augmented reality glasses in the works. Like Google Glass, Apple’s augmented reality (AR) glasses would likely pair with your phone to overlay images and data on the real world. Show More Summary
Google failed to turn Google Glass into a viable mainstream product, but Apple thinks it knows something the search giant doesn’t — based on a new report claiming that Apple is exploring a similar foray into “digital glasses.” Citing...Show More Summary
Apple is working on wearable digital glasses that would connect wirelessly to the iPhone and show content in the wearer’s field of vision, according to a news report. The iPhone maker has indicated previously its interest in augmented reality. Show More Summary
Hopefully, it would go over better than Google Glass. Apple Inc. is weighing an expansion into digital glasses, a risky but potentially lucrative area of wearable computing, according to people familiar with the matter. While still in an exploration phase, the device would connect wirelessly to iPhones, show images and other information in the wearer’s [...]
Bloomberg reports that Apple is developing digital glasses that will connect to your iPhone and display images, information and augmented reality content in front of your eyes – kinda like Google Glass. According to Bloomberg’s sources, the company has ordered small quantities of near-eye displays to test its concept. Show More Summary
According to a new Bloomberg report, Apple is exploring making digital glasses: Read more...
You’d be forgiven if you looked at Snapchat’s — I’m sorry, Snap Inc.’s — Spectacles and thought they were just another Google Glass. Both face wearables have a camera for hands-free video recording, after all. But the similarities stop there. Show More Summary
The last thing Snap Inc. wants is for its new Spectacles to become the next Google Glass. Google released Glass in 2013 to much fanfare in the tech industry. Some thought the head-mounted display, which projected information like phone...Show More Summary
The 2.5D glass on the back of the Google Pixel is extremely fragile. Because we die a little on the inside with each scratch, we decided to do something about it. This easy DIY solution can be done in seconds and save the back glass of your Google Pixel fro wear and tear. Check it out.
GUEST: If you want to see the future, look to the patent office. Google recently published the full text of a patent for a contact lens that can monitor blood glucose and dispense insulin automatically, while Samsung patented a contact lens with an integrated camera just a few short weeks ago. The next great wave of […]
Snap Inc., formerly known as Snapchat, is hoping its wearable technology can succeed where Google Glass failed.