smart glasses

Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses overlay the digital world upon real life

Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses overlay the digital world upon real life

Epson has introduced the next generation of its Moverio smart glasses, bringing with the new BT-200 model a variety of new features and a light-weight design and a "true binocular display" offered up by using miniaturized LCD-based projection. Essentially, the digital reality is overlaid upon the real world resulting in a variety of augmented tasks and activities, not the least of which having to do with gaming and video entertainment.

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Vuzix M100 become first “commercially available” Smart Glasses on the market

Vuzix M100 become first “commercially available” Smart Glasses on the market

If there's one thing the folks at Vuzix can claim without reservation, it's that their smart glasses have become available to the general public before anyone else, including Google. While the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses may not have been designed with the same fashionability in mind that Google Glass was, you'll find this wearable technology ready for a full "hands free" experience for public consumption in time for pre-orders to be fired off here at the start of December. Developers are also invited to join in on the ground level with Production Model shipping right this minute.

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Evena Eye-On smart medical glasses make skin transparent

Evena Eye-On smart medical glasses make skin transparent

Evena Medical is the maker of a medical device that allows nurses and doctors to view the veins beneath one's skin, with the original device it created having been deployed a while ago and involving the movement of a large contraption. Because of the device's size, it both made the act of giving and IV easier and more cumbersome, something the company's latest invention should fix. The Evena Eye-On smart glasses offer the same skin-penetrating view, but are entirely portable.

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DoCoMo glasses concept turns any surface into a touchscreen

DoCoMo glasses concept turns any surface into a touchscreen

Following DoCoMo's detailing of its 5G network ambitions, the company has displayed its smart glasses concept here at CEATEC 2013, something that is presently four different glasses concepts that will be unified into a single product offering when it heads into production. The smart glasses offer a variety of functionality, the most interesting of which is the ability to turn nearly any flat surface into a touchscreen, something you can check out in our video after the jump.

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Google Glass update arrives with new cards and voice commands

Google Glass update arrives with new cards and voice commands

Google has released the latest update for Glass users. This latest has arrived as the XE8 update and brought items to include a new video player, additional support for apps to include Path and Evernote, a new volume card in Settings, additional Google Now cards, new voice commands and more. As we often see, this update will be rolling out to all Glass users over the next few days. In the meantime, here is what you can expect.

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Google Glass reaching out to film students in newest Creative Collective bid

Google Glass reaching out to film students in newest Creative Collective bid

It's time for Google to expand their reach with Project Glass again, this time through their Glass Creative Collective program aimed at the more artistic citizens of planet Earth. Google's reach includes the The American Film Institute, California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television, and University of Southern California.

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9.4m smart glasses units to ship annually by 2016 tips IHS

9.4m smart glasses units to ship annually by 2016 tips IHS

There has been a huge amount of buzz focusing on the Google Glass smart glasses that have recently started shipping to developers. We all know that other manufacturers are rushing to get similar smart glasses on the market to compete against Google. Research firm IHS iSuppli published a new report this week looking at the future of the smart glasses industry.

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