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An Affair of the Heart: The Untold Story of Google Glass in Cardiology

Me: An interventional cardiologist with a penchant for mobile medical technology. Her: Sleek, smart, alluring and came with an amazing pedigree. She was actually Google Glass, and her heads-up display, 5MP camera, telephone, text, email, social media -- capabilities all performed by voice command came in a lightweight package. Show More Summary

Sony’s augmented reality glasses are now available for pre-order at $840

As Google begins working on a commercial version of its heads-up display wearable, Sony is stepping things up in double time, with the launch of its SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 augmented reality glasses. The device will be available in 10 countries this March, and pre-orders have already opened in the UK and Germany at $840 apiece. Show More Summary

This video shows what it’s like to wear Sony’s chunky clip-on heads-up display

Sony announced last year that it was working on a wearable device you could attach to your glasses for a Google Glass-style heads-up display of notifications, directions, fitness stats and more. The company showed off the SmartEyeglass Attach at this year’s CES, and now has a demo that lets you see what it’s like when you use it. Show More Summary

Former iPodFather Tony Fadell now in charge of Google Glass

From It looks like Google may finally be preparing Glass for primetime as a number of changes around the company’s heads-up display product were revealed today. Most notably, the Glass project will be moving from the experimental Google X group to its own unit under the leadership of Tony Fadell, according to The Wall Street Journal. Next of note, Google will […]

Hands-on with Sony’s concept for a clip-on Google Glass competitor

Sony's building a heads-up display component; hopes OEMs will turn it into a product

Captioning on Glass app brings real-time closed captioning to Google Glass

A new Glassware app has made it to Google Glass to make it easier for those hard of hearing to communicate by bringing real-time closed captioning to Glass' heads-up display. Developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology,...Show More Summary

Myo integrates its gesture-tracking armband with Google Glass and other smartglasses

Thalmic Labs has added support for smartglasses to its Myo gesture control armband. Supported headsets include Google Glass, Recon Jet and Epson Moverio. While wearing a heads-up display and an armband might seem inconvenient, the integration is intended for workplace environments like construction, healthcare, bike messengers and field service. Show More Summary

New Google Glass Add-on Makes Mind Control Real

9 months agoTechnology : Tom's Guide

A new mind-reading app for Google Glass, paired with a MindWave headset, lets you control the heads-up display via your brainwaves.

UK Bans Google Glass in Movie Theaters, Is the U.S. Next?

If you plan on catching the latest blockbuster at any cinema in the United Kingdom, you'll want to leave your Google Glass at home Just days after Google announced that its wearable heads-up information display technology was arriving...Show More Summary

Recon Jet HUD glasses delayed again, company committing to new Sept. 25 ship date

Recon Jet, the sports-focused heads-up display glasses made by Recon Instruments, have had their launch date pushed back yet again. According to an email sent out to prospective buyers and pre-orderers alike, Recon Instruments explains...Show More Summary

Samsung explores a stripped-down take on wearable displays

Samsung must want to keep an open mind when it comes to wearable displays. Just a short while after it explored the possibility of smart sports glasses, the company is back with a patent for a heads-up display with a built-in earpiece. In some ways,...

Google Glass partners with maker of Ray-Ban, Oakley for more stylish headwear

While the developer preview of Glass has established the heads-up display as advanced technology, it's also earned Google's headwear a reputation for being unfashionable --?something the company hopes to address with a new partnership with the Luxottica Group.

Why People Mock & Hate New Technology Like Google Glass

Google Glass, if you haven’t heard of it or seen it, is a miniature computer that’s integrated with a pair of non-prescription lenses with a small heads-up display attached. It can take pictures and look up things on Google or Facebook. It has both a limited feature-set and battery life, despite being available for 2 […]

LEAKED: We Now Have The Specs For Google's Upcoming Smart Watch

Google is currently pioneering the wearable tech space with its Glass heads-up display, but the search engine giant may also delve into the smart watch space soon. A new leak provides some insight as to the type of technology we may see in Google's long-rumored Android timepiece. Show More Summary

Using the Oakley Airwave 1.5 heads-up display with Apple's iPhone

While Google Glass positions itself as an all-purpose heads-up display, the Recon Instruments Snow2 is a more targeted, mountain-specific sports accessory meant to provide users with data and feedback on the go. AppleInsider recently had the chance to test out the Snow2 integrated with Oakley's Airwave 1.5 goggles when paired with Apple's iPhone.

Is Google Glass the Best Thing Since Sliced Bread? [MUO Debates]

What do you get when you cross a heads-up display and a pair of goggles? Google Glasses of course! There are a lot of people out there who are getting very excited about Google Glasses. We’ve got plenty of those people right here atShow More Summary

Now You Can Play Games On Google Glass

But you'll look awfully strange doing so. Two days after Google showed off a redesigned Glass for prescription glasses, the Mountain View, Calif.-based company has released five mini games for its heads-up display. Read Full Story

Lumus turns its military-grade eyewear into a Google Glass competitor (video)

Lumus has long developed heads-up displays for the US military, but now it's using a developer kit called the DK-40 to bring its HUD tech to wearables outside the battlefield. The contraption's first stop was the CES show floor, so we couldn't resist...

Epson Debuts Smart Glasses For Enterprise And Sports Stadium Fun

Epson is going after Google with its own heads-up display glasses. The Moverio BT-200 is a head-controlled device with a screen that overlays a transparent computer monitor in the center of the user’s field of vision. The clunky, conspicuous...Show More Summary

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