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Hurry: It’s not too late to get eclipse glasses for Monday’s solar eclipse!

In case you hadn't noticed the news from the 4,835,762 blogs trying as hard as they can to game Google and get some of that sweet, sweet eclipse traffic, there's a rare total solar eclipse happening soon. The eclipse is set to take place on Monday, and it'll be visible on the West Coast beginning in the early morning at 9:05 AM local time. Show More Summary

Samsung and Foxconn to back cable-free phone tech by Tony Fadell of iPod and Nest fame

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Tony Fadell is best known "one of the fathers of the iPod" at Apple, and as the former CEO of Nest. We've agreed to forget that he led the Google Glass division for a while, too. Today, news broke that the serial inventor and investor...Show More Summary

It Doesn’t Look Like Spectacles Will Be Able To Save Snapchat

When Snapchat announced its first wearable product, Spectacles, back in September 2016, it made a bold attempt to right the wrongs of Google's nerdy, uncool Glass product by rolling out a hip and cool sunglasses accessory that could take pictures for your Snap story. Show More Summary

Americans hold more credit-card debt than ever

Credit-card debt in the US rose in June to surpass the peak set just before the 2008 financial crisis. We tested out these glasses that keep computer screens from destroying your eyes The Google employee who wrote the anti-diversityShow More Summary

Google is giving away 15,000 pairs of solar eclipse glasses to schools across the US

Doug Peltz has been looking forward to the August 21 solar eclipse since he was 8 years old, so he knows what it's like to be a young kid that wants to be amazed. That's why Peltz, cofounder and CCO of the science-education company Mystery...Show More Summary

The Morning After: Tuesday, August 8th 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. All kinds of items are up for sale, including Google Glass, HBO's emails and a unique comic-book company. Just another Tuesday, we guess.

This Week in Making: Cardboard Kirby, 3D Printed Google Glass Headset, and More

This week, street artists paint over hate speech, Kirby is birthed from cardboard, Hacker House builds an automated gardener, and more. Read more on MAKE The post This Week in Making: Cardboard Kirby, 3D Printed Google Glass Headset, and More appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.

Omega Ophthalmics is an eye implant platform with the power of continuous AR

Google and other tech companies have come up with glasses and contact lenses for the purposes of AR, but Omega Ophthalmics is taking a much more invasive approach by using surgically implanted lenses to create a space for augmented reality inside the eye. Show More Summary

Google and Mystery Science teamed up to give schools free eclipse glasses

A highly-anticipated total solar eclipse is set to cut a path across a large portion of the United States on August 21, but not everyone has the proper gear to see it safely.  But some organizations want to change that. The company Mystery...Show More Summary

Hackaday Prize Entry: Pi-Driven Google Glass

[Ricardo Ferro] didn’t want to buy a Google Glass, so he made his own. The Raspberry Pi Zero Prism consists of a 3D-printed headset the side-pieces of which hold a variety of electronic components, including a Pi Zero running Raspbian Jessie, a Pi Noir IR camera, a WiFi/Bluetooth module and a whole mess of SMD tactile push buttons. Show More Summary

Google Glass and HoloLens clash in the enterprise en route to consumers

Computers are coming up on a revolution. Microsoft's HoloLens and Google's Glass aim to make augmented reality (AR) mainstream. But to reach consumers, they're going through the enterprise. Changing a paradigm isn't easy. The inertia of the "usual way of doing things" can be very difficult to alter. Show More Summary

Mystery Science partners with Google to bring eclipse glasses to elementary school students

Assuming you haven’t been living in a cave — in which case this news wouldn’t interest you anyway — you know there’s a solar eclipse happening on August 21st. It’s the first solar eclipse to cross the United States since 1918 and the last one before 2045, so people are quite excited about this one. Science teachers are also getting ready to turn this into… Read More

Opinion: With smartglasses, can Apple succeed where Google failed?

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The headline isn’t quite fair: Google has actually reinvented Glass as an enterprise product, and I’m sure it will be successful in that field. The application shown in the video – a technician carrying out a wiring task by referring to head-up video displays rather than paper manuals – makes obvious sense. Show More Summary

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DeepMind Develops AI With An Imagination

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Geek.com

Google is going full Westworld by giving robots the ability to imagine and plan. In the same way a person would look at a glass of water on the edge of a table […] The post DeepMind Develops AI With An Imagination appeared first on Geek.com.

Gadget Lab Podcast: Talkin' Glass With Steven Levy

Steven Levy joins the Gadget Lab Podcast to tell us how factory workers are streamlining production Google's wearable.

Google Glass Gets It Right the Second Time

``... the "explorers" who bought the [first version of Glass] soon discovered that it was buggy and that they were unwelcome in public spaces because they might be surreptitiously recording everything around them... Now, though, the Alphabet Inc. Show More Summary

Friday assorted links

1. Does marrying later mean too much status competition?  This is a neglected point. 2. How does Usain Bolt run so fast? 3. How parking codes have messed up Los Angeles. 4. Fictional names for British towns? 5. Did Google Glass finally get it right? 6. The new on-line, free Rafael Yglesias novel is now […] The post Friday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.

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