Windows Phone may be dead, but Microsoft is still setting up shop at Mobile World Congress. However, this time, they are there to talk about intelligent cloud and intelligent edge – both which are topics that I will not be able to wrap my head around. So, instead of trying to pretend we are acquaint […]
Yuneec, arguably one of DJI’s biggest competitor, has announced the all-new SkyView headset that will enable drone operators to fly their drones in first person view. Considering how FPV headset is closely associated with drone operation, it is a surprise that no major drone maker has came up with its own and up till now, […]
Besides revealing the brand new OS during the January 21st event, tech giant Microsoft also dished out two hardwares, which kind surprises most folks. They are a holographic eyewear dubbed HoloLens and a big-ass 84-inch 4K all-in-one (more like a TV set, really). The former is one that really shines, despite the influx of video […]
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.
the Avegant Glyph Head Mounted Display you see here is what it says it is, a head mounted display, though it does look a wee like a pair of headphones. well, you can’t blame it for looking so much like a pair of audio cans, after all, this head mounted display also touts “premium audio experience”
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
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
how many times have you missed out great moments because you feel a drag to pull out your mobile to take a shot or two? personally, i have one too many of such experiences. the about-to-realize Google Glass will ensure that will never happen again. with the Google Glass on, all you need is your voice command to do a bunch every day stuff such as
need some real private time with your personal video collection? tablets have made that a possibility but still, whoever is around you can still peep at what you are watching – not perfect and so, we thought the best bet for now is to don a pair of video eyewear or wearable display such as the EPSON Moverio BT-100 Wearable Display, for a true private viewing time…