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Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses Is Like A Smartphone You Wear Over Your Eyes

Apparently, smart glasses is still a thing. To be more precise, smart glasses for consumers is still a thing. I can see smart guesses with AR integration can help in manufacturing and similar industries, but to be perfectly honest, I don’t quite see it. Regardless of what I think, Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses is here. Vuzix has announced the availability of the consumer version of the Blade AR Smart Glasses and it is not cheap, commanding a grand $999.99. Continue reading Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses Is Like A Smartphone You Wear Over Your Eyes

Vuzix Unveils iWear 720 Video Headphones with OSVR Support at 2015 Game Developers Conference

There are headphones for listening to your favorite tunes privately and then there are video headphones such this one from Vuzix, called iWear 720, for viewing videos privately. How’s that for privacy? Vuzix iWear 720 video headphones isn’t the first from the New York-based multinational tech company, or the first in the market, but the thing with iWear 720 is, it runs on OSVR (Open-Source Virtual Reality) platform and the company itself have recently partnered with OSVR alliance that will provide hardware and software support for compatibility with Vuzix VR products. Anyway, with OSVR behind it, iWear 720 is touted as the most compatible VR and entertainment headset, and will work with virtually any device that supports HDMI outputs. Continue reading Vuzix Unveils iWear 720 Video Headphones with OSVR Support at 2015 Game Developers Conference

Vuzix’s Prosumer Version M100 Smart Glasses Now Available Exclusively on Amazon for $1,000

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 can even call it an investment. Anywho, for that price, you will get yourself a custom eyewear made by Rochester Optical and a detachable smart unit where all the magic happens. The eyewear itself sports a set of non-prescribed safety glasses, but it can be upgraded to the user’s prescription if desired at over 13,000 optical partner stores of Rochester Optical. That’s the glasses. As for the smart functionality unit, you will find an OMPA4460 at 1.2GHz, backed by 1GB RAM and a WQVGA (i.e. 400 x 240 resolution) display hanging upfront providing 15-deg field of view equivalent to a 4″ mobile display viewed at 14 inches. Continue reading Vuzix’s Prosumer Version M100 Smart Glasses Now Available Exclusively on Amazon for $1,000

Vuzix V-720 Mobile Gaming Platform Takes Mobile Gaming Immersion and Privacy to the Next Level

What has a video eyewear and smart glasses maker has to do with mobile gaming? Probably nothing, but that’s until Vuzix comes along with the V-720 Mobile Gaming Platform. By the product’s name, it does not say quite as much, but this 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree is actually a high-end pair of video headphones (video eyewear + headphones) paired to the NVIDIA Shield portable gaming device, providing you with a wearable gaming solution that would no doubt be more immersive and also keeps prying eyes out of your personal gaming space. Perfect for those who hate creeps who peep at you while you are gaming. Obviously, you can’t be walking and playing this at the same time, but it is a brilliant idea nonetheless. Continue reading Vuzix V-720 Mobile Gaming Platform Takes Mobile Gaming Immersion and Privacy to the Next Level

Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear – fashionable video glasses

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(credit: Vuzix) Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear | US$499.99 | vuzix.com

when you feel the need to watch something in private, then perhaps the Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear might just be the gadget you are looking for. styled in a sports sunglasses design, it supports viewing of both 2D and 3D contents from a variety of sources, thanks to its composite and components connections. it is blessed with a pair of 16:9 (852 x 480 resolution) widescreen display that is equivalent to a 75-inch display from a 10-feet (3-meters) distance. Continue reading Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear – fashionable video glasses