With the arrival of the Samsung Gear, and the highly anticipated Google Glass on the horizon, wearable technology seems to be the new chapter in essential gadgets. Enter "The Earclip-type Wearable PC," an ambitious project that will grant users complete control of a miniature ear computer with a wiggle of the tongue, a raised eyebrow, or even clenching your teeth.
Gorilla Glass is being employed as the material of choice for the display screens on tablets and smartphones these days, but lately, there have been talks about some companies such as Apple who has been experimenting with sapphire. In fact, we know that Apple has been working with GT Advanced Technology and their Arizona sapphire […]
Just when you thought ARM micros couldn’t get any cooler, another project comes along to blow you away. [Ilia] created a phase laser rangefinder (.ru, Google translatitron) using nothing but a laser diode, a pair of magnifying glasses,...Show More Summary
This week we will show you a beautiful renovation, the Cross Stitch house in Melbourne, Australia, a project by FMD Architects. This house is simple, elegant and beautiful. I love the shapes, the use of wood, glass and the contrasting white walls. Show More Summary
Sweet and simple: make these minimal bud vases with reused glass jars and spray paint. READ MORE »
As you may have seen Google is working on a cool project called Tango which allows smartphones and tablets (and possibly Google Glass down the road) to not only see, but understand your environment. This is made possible by computer vision techniques not unlike what is used in Kinect 2 today. Show More Summary
Fast on the heels of Google Glass is Google’s latest hardware experiment, a 3D enabled smartphone capable of 3 dimensional scanning and navigation. It’s likely to be the future of Google Glass capabilities. continued… New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
For as long as people have had the opportunity to strap their eyeballs into Google's latest pet project, Google Glass, we've had the term 'glassholes.' Actually, that's not quite true: the term was coined before Google Glass was even available to aspirational cyborgs. Show More Summary
This clean-lined house designed by Naoi Architecture… in collaboration with Design Office caught our attention, therefore we decided to share this project with you, dear readers. Featuring a large hipped glass roof, the construction was nested in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Show More Summary
When we named the Dutch-born, coast-hopping multimedia artist Young & Sick a Band To Watch last month, project mastermind Nick mentioned that his self-titled debut would be out in the spring and that it would be “quite a bit more uptempo” than the gently gleaming slow jams we heard earlier this year. “Glass,” the lead [...]
Liam Day was a young boy when he first started wearing glasses. The athletes he fell in love with were the ones who wore glasses too. The post First Love: Athletes With Glasses appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Cecile Beaud's striking sculpture is completely edible! There's no glass inside, but its form mimics the tones, lines and textures of stained glass. Ariel's hands and hair project out the surface of the cake. -via Between the Pages
This week we will show you the beautiful House Boz in Pretoria, South Africa, a project by Nico van der Meulen Architects. This house is super elegant and cozy. The steel, concrete, glass and stone material choice is great and delivers a modern and unique space. Show More Summary
Yale University’s library system is asking students and faculty members to propose fall-semester research and teaching projects that would use Google Glass, the high-tech eyeglasses with built-in computing power. The announcement said...Show More Summary
What happens when you let Machine Project bring an experimental (and musical) theater piece into a house designed by master modernist Rudolph Schindler? You have to watch the video to find out. "Glass Bang", written and directed by artist...
For her Plantation project, Alicja Patanowska transforms abandonded glasses into receptacles for growing plants.
Former Valve team has developed a big following for its augmented reality project.
Artist Emma Howell combines stunning hand-blown glass bowls with nature photography, creating a unique artform.
A research project at Indiana University has developed an application for recognizing places you don't want your wearable cameras recording. With wearable tech rapidly taking off and Google planning to publicly launch Glass by the end...Show More Summary