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Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 launched (specs)
on 20th of May 2019 After numerous leaks, Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 is finally official. Similar in design to the earlier versions, the device is now powered by Android Oreo and runs on the powerful Snapdragon
Google Glass is back – so is AR uncertainty
on 20th of May 2019 before Glass has finally got the hardware and design that it really needed from the outset. While that happened, of course, augmented reality and wearable technology didn’t stand still. In the years
Glass graduates from Google X as it scores new hardware update
on 20th of May 2019 Google’s head-worn smart display, Google Glass, in finally ready to move the tassel. After defining the company’s far-flung connected dreams when it was first announced in 2013, the
The notion of “helping you get things done,” emphasized by Sundar Pichai in his I/O keynote, provides a through-line for many of the event’s announcements.
Sony has finally given its flagship Xperia 1 smartphone an official launch date and price. The handset, which features a large 21:9 OLED display that supports .
Peer through Focals’ custom-fitted smart glasses and you can almost see the future.
In the manicured grounds of a public library in Chandler, Arizona, Liisa Walimaa is waiting for a robot to take her to Macy’s. For a year Walimaa has been a .
Google Glass may have failed as a high-tech fashion trend, but it’s showing promise as a tool to help children with autism better navigate social situations.
THREE YEARS AFTER Google pulled the plug on its intrepid Google Glass Explorers, somebody has finally come up with a good consumer use for smart .
Google Glass Engineer’s Patent Application Points to Potential Google AR Headset – Next Reality
(since Apr, 2019) Google Glass Engineer’s Patent Application Points to Potential Google AR Headset Next Reality
If you thought Google was sitting on the sidelines of the growing race toward mainstreaming augmented reality, think again. A patent published by the US Patent .
The lack of a clear consumer use case sent the Google Glass device team on a journey to the enterprise. Also: KRACK attack, Google’s self-taught AI.
The Vuzix Blade represents the next step for augmented reality glasses, but they’re far from being a must-have.
Image credit: The Verge. Advertisement. Intel’s own take on smart glasses has been unveiled. It’s called Vaunt, and where Google Glass failed to blend into the .