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Kopin Pupil hands-on: Glass tech without geek looks

Kopin Pupil hands-on: Glass tech without geek looks

Kopin has revealed its latest wearable system, Pupil, a combination of a micro-display and voice control noise-cancellation system the company hopes will eventually be used in head-worn tech like Google's Glass. A reference design intending to show how wearable computing could be integrated into a design that's more palatable to the consumer market, Pupil isn't intended for the market in its current form, but is instead intended to showcase the fruits of Kopin's new partnership with Olympus in display technology. We caught up with Kopin to find out more.

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PixMob details turning 80,000 Super Bowl fans into massive video display

PixMob details turning 80,000 Super Bowl fans into massive video display

Those who watched the Super Bowl yesterday likely marveled at the bright lights flashing from the stands during the half time show, something that was both a wonderful backdrop for the blow-out event and a bit puzzling for those watching at home. As it turned out, those who attended were given special hats before the show, each equipped with technology to collectively pull off the theatrics.

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MIT shows off transparent display that could lead to next-gen HUDs

MIT shows off transparent display that could lead to next-gen HUDs

There are a lot of technologies being investigated around the world to help reduce driver distraction and bring a new level of interactivity to infotainment systems in cars. One of those technologies is the heads up display. A group of researchers from MIT has created a new type of transparent data display system that could lead to next generation HUDs that are cheaper and easy to manufacture.

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Vuzix “designer sunglasses” styled Glass-rival due after 2015

Vuzix “designer sunglasses” styled Glass-rival due after 2015

Vuzix will take on Google Glass with a wearable headset resembling "designer sunglasses" rather than the somewhat clunky Borg-style tech companies are offering today, thanks to a newly announced deal with a mysterious "Tier 1" brand. The project, which Vuzix says will distill its waveguide-based eyepiece technology - expected to launch this year in industrial form - into a more consumer-friendly form, is expected to reach final design stage sometime in 2015, with a commercial launch beyond that.

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LG’s 55-inch mirrored display is looking back at you

LG’s 55-inch mirrored display is looking back at you

LG’s got a neat display they’re showing off here at CES, and it’s not like one we’ve seen before. Their mirror display might actually come in really, really handy in homes as well as retail establishments, too. Most times, we see things like this and never see them hit the real world. LG has thought this one through, though, and we see a lot of potential.

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NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

NVIDIA G-Sync monitors hands-on: BenQ, Philips, AOC, ViewSonic on tap

It's nearly time for NVIDIA's G-Sync gaming monitor processor technology to hit the market - closer to the reveal of this technology than to the market, to be fair, but close nonetheless. What we're having a peek at this week is a collection of monitors that've already got their final bits and pieces in them, just a few of the collection of displays that'll be released later this year. BenQ, Philips, AOC, and ViewSonic have all brought their first models to CES 2014 and NVIDIA's press event.

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Unboxing and Hands-on with Lenovo’s 4k ThinkVision display

Unboxing and Hands-on with Lenovo’s 4k ThinkVision display

When it comes to 4K monitors, the first thought many have is cost. With such a dense resolution and cutting edge technology, they usually cost quite a bit. Lenovo’s ThinkVision 4K monitor is a breath of fresh air, bringing an absolutely stunning display at a really reasonable price. We have had the monitor for a little while, and we must say, we’re impressed.

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Lenovo ThinkVision 28 Smart 4K smart display functions as Android standalone

Lenovo ThinkVision 28 Smart 4K smart display functions as Android standalone

Among the various smartphones, laptops, and all-in-one PCs the company has planned to revealed at CES this week, Lenovo has introduced two new displays: the ThinkVision 28 and the ThinkVision Pro2840m. The most notable aspect of the displays is the standalone Android functionality -- though it isn't something that can replace a home PC, the ThinkVision 28 can be toggled between a smart display and an Android-centric hub of sorts.

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