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    Here come the competitors to the nreal air, Huawei Vision Glass Specs seem comparable
  2. cageymaru

    Google Maps Augmented Reality Creates Navigation by Using Real World Landmarks

    Wall Street Journal reporter David Pierce was privy to a new form of pedestrian only, augmented reality navigation that is coming to Google Maps in the future. In the video below, Mr. Pierce takes his phone's camera and uses it to capture images of landmarks around him such as signs, shops, etc...
  3. AlphaAtlas

    Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 Certified by FCC

    A design sketch for the successor to the enterprise version of Google Glass was leaked through the FTC, and Mysmartprice managed to spot it. While this more or less confirms an update, the FTC listing didn't list actual specifications for the product. While the consumer-oriented Google glasses...
  4. cageymaru

    FocusAR: Auto-Focus AR Eyeglasses That Can Replace Prescription Eyeglasses

    Researchers are developing FocusAR: auto-focusing augmented reality eyewear that can replace prescription eyeglasses. The glasses dynamically correct for the focus of the real world surrounding the near-eye display of the user and simultaneously the internal display for augmented synthetic...
  5. DooKey

    Augmented Reality Glasses to the Rescue

    Osterhaut Design Group has come up with a unique way to help pilots see their instruments in the event the cockpit becomes filled with smoke. Current procedure calls for the pilots to put on oxygen masks so they can breath and then they try to keep flying. Of course the smoke might make it...
  6. DooKey

    Is AR Eyewear Ready For Consumers? Are Consumers Ready For AR Eyewear?

    Ari Grobman, at Techcrunch, asks whether or not consumers are ready for AR eyewear and if the technology is ready yet. Industry thinks AR is going to be big and Apple and Google are heading in that direction since both of them have announced release of AR tool kits to developers. However, I'm...
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    Samsung Gear Almost Instant massive pain

    Appears to be a Gear from last year. Put it on, set it up, tried for ten min. and the pain is still killing one eye like surgery with a dull shovel. I guess that is what happens with astigmatism. Anyone ever hear of a workaround besides contacts?