(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
Ask a bunch of tech enthusiasts what was wrong with Google Glass and you’ll get a range of answers: It was ahead of its time, the product was creepy, the app ecosystem wasn’t mature enough, and so on. However, it did get people thinking about wearable displays and how they might be useful in certain applications. Show More Summary
Today we are taking a look at the Solos Smart Cycling Glasses. These are not only good-looking sun glasses, they also feature a small heads-up display much like what we have seen coming from Google Glass.
Just when you thought that heads-up displays for the human being, in the form of the wearable technology that is known as smart glasses is something that is about to catch on in a big way, the industry does not move within such expectations, where even tech giants like Google will need to reevaluate their Google Glass program and scrap it. Show More Summary
With Google Glass gone, the concept that we will all one day have cyborg-like heads-up displays in our eyeballs has taken a hit. However, there is still hope in the form of a man calling himself the, ahem, Eyeborg. He lost his vision...Show More Summary
HUDWAY is a piece of glass that turns any smartphone into a heads-up display on the front of your car. The device beams information from your phone to a thin layer of curved glass mounted to the front of any dashboard for turn-by-turn...Show More Summary
There are some more modern cars that comes with a heads-up display. However if you don’t want to spend tens of thousands of dollars to buy a new car just for the heads-up display, how does the idea of spending $50 sound to you? If you are agreeable to those terms, then perhaps you might be interested in the HUDWAY Glass. Show More Summary
The potential for replacing aging or damaged eye lenses with artificial lenses that do more than just restore eyesight has long been recognized. With everything from telescopic capabilities to those with built-in heads-up displays, electronically-enabled synthetic lenses promise to bring useful cybernetic enhancements to the human body. Show More Summary
You no longer have to buy a luxury car in order to have a dash mounted head-up display. HUDWAY Glass …
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.
Vuzix Corporation has announced the availability of prescription capable safety glasses, made by Rochester Optical, which are designed for use with the Vuzix M100 heads-up display.
Google Glass may be dead for the moment, but researchers from the UK’s National Physical Laboratory and manufacturer Colour Holographic, say they’ve developed an alternative device that could that would let people see holographic digital...Show More Summary
Intel has acquired Recon Instruments, a Vancouver, Canada-based maker of heads-up displays for athletes. Recon makes two products: The Recon Snow2, which is a ski mask with an integrated display, and the Recon Jet, a pair of sunglasses for cyclists and runners, also with an integrated display. Intel did not reveal the terms of the acquisition, but […]
Forget heads-up displays, MINI is hoping to bring technology to your car in the form of a pair of connected eyewear. Called MINI Augmented Vision, the smart glasses work sort of like Google Glass and project information in front of you relevant to your drive... Show More Summary
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
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
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
From 9to5Google.com: 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 […]
Sony's building a heads-up display component; hopes OEMs will turn it into a product
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