Until now, Google Glass‘s $1,500 sticker is pretty much out of reach for an average person. If you’re in the market for an alternative this holiday season, the prosumer version of the Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses might be worthy of an investigation. Though, at $999.99 it is still consider a significant investment – that’s if […]
you know why a game console racing game can never be as real as the actual world regardless of their claimed realism? it is because of damn green driving line that tells you when to brake and how exactly the ideal driving line should be. but could soon change with the Virtual Windscreen Concept which […]
when driving, what you see immediately ahead of you is actually not the road; it is the bonnet and this is even more pronounced if you are on a SUV or off-roader which happens to be a lot higher than regular cars. if Land Rover has its way, the hood is no longer what you will…
Wetley may have raced ahead and presented its third party solution for prescription Google Glass but the Mountain View folks also has its own set of solution in response to the style and prescription needs. meet the Google Glass Titanium Eyewear.
aesthetically, the LASTER SeeThru Augmented Reality Eyewear may not be as appealing as Google Glass, but it is still a piece of tech for those who want to step forward into the future and let AR and GPS feed you with info.
this pair of wearable display coming from HUD maker Lumus, who are better known for their military-grade products, is one of the sleeker high-tech eyewear we have seen to date and one that you can probably wear without inviting stares, well, except maybe for the chunky component at the side which houses a 5MP camera
we are sure most of us are familiar with Parrot A.R.Drone by now. unless you are a pro flyer, the current state of battery life of this lovely, advanced remote flying quadcopter should be more than sufficient, but if you have already reached the Nirvana of A.R.Drone piloting, the 12 minutes or so of flight time would be something to sneer at and that’s why now
when a cute little robotic ball called Sphero rolled into the market almost two years ago, it literally takes gaming out of your mobile device and into the real world, signifying a new era for augmented reality gaming, but we will be honest with you: we didn’t think remotely rolling a ball around would be fun.
step aside Minority Report – before gesture really gets into the hands of millions (save for Samsung gesture-capable HDTV), we are already seeing the possibility of a la-Tony Stark augmented reality system that any average joe can acquire and that system is none other than the META SpaceGlasses, a pair of advanced
whenever we hit up ikea stores, we make sure we have our home or office floor plan handy – just to be sure we don’t get anything that doesn’t fit (returning a bed or sofa can be hassle, really). while “sizing” can be solved by the good old way (i.e. measuring), whether the furniture does