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Google Glass Part 2 will have dual-eye displays

Google Glass Part 2 will have dual-eye displays

The U.S. Patent & Trade Office has just released a Google patent application under the serial number 206338. The patent was filed back in Q3 2011 and it contains details of Google's development of the next Project Glass. The document is titled "Google Project Glass Part 2" and it shows that the newer version of Google Glass will feature binocular displays. The project is being lead by Google co-founder Sergey Brin.

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Vuzix Wrap 1200AR augmented reality eyewear now shipping

Vuzix Wrap 1200AR augmented reality eyewear now shipping

Vuzix has been producing all sorts of video glasses for a number of years. One of the most recent products that the company has announced is called the Wrap 1200AR. These glasses are see-through augmented reality units providing lots of adjustability to allow wearers the ability to overlay video and other content on what they see in the real world.

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Google Glass gets transforming nose piece patent

Google Glass gets transforming nose piece patent

Those of you waiting for the ultimate head-mounted computer in Google's Project Glass will be glad to know that it may be coming with a nose piece that changes based on your desires - and nose size. What we're seeing today is a patent at the USPTO that's been granted to Google which shows a technology that allows for a malleable nose bridge controlled by the touchpad that sits on the side of the Glass unit (by your temple). Just incase you've got an extra-stuffy nose, you'll be set!

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Time calls Google Glass “Best Invention of the Year”

Time calls Google Glass “Best Invention of the Year”

This week the folks at Time magazine have released their yearly "Best Inventions of the Year" list and on it is none other than our good pal Google Glass. This device was revealed in pieces throughout the year and received its very first developer-grade pre-release at this year's Google I/O convention. Users are able to wear the glasses and see a computer interface near their eye as well as take photos with a nod - the final iteration of this device may well be released inside 2013; we'll just have to wait and see!

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Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D viewer changes your perspective

Sony HMZ-T2 Personal 3D viewer changes your perspective

The next generation in 3D visuals may well have just been revealed by Sony in a device called the HMZ-T2 Personal 3D viewer. This device has been almost secretly revealed at IFA 2012 with just a peep spoken by Sony - it bringing on a next-generation look and perhaps a bit more viable final product than last year's model HMZ-T1. This device is ready to bring on a wearable 3D display for anyone willing to put the massive Geordi LaForge mask.

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Google Glass Explorers hangouts create chaos

Google Glass Explorers hangouts create chaos

This week the folks in charge of social media surrounding the Google Project Glass hardware on order right this second have created a set of Hangouts for the betterment of the project - but it didn't turn out all that great this afternoon. The first set of Google Glass Explorers hangouts ended in mass confusion and hopeful users ending up finding out little, if anything, about Google Glass that they didn't already know. Google Glass product manager Steve Lee and community manager Sarah Price hoped to hear feedback and ideas throughout the day.

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