They'll cost you more than a buck and a coupon from the back of a comic book, but they actually work. Sort of.
Translating on the fly might become a whole lot easier with NTT Docomo's new spectacles.
Being color blind really sucks, and in some situations it can even be dangerous, especially if you forget which end of the traffic light is supposed to be red. These glasses are designed to fix the problem, with special filters that enhance some colors while filtering out others.
Do you hate sitting up to read your books and watch TV? Thanks to these fabulous prism glasses, you can lie on your back and still enjoy your Charles Dickens, Angry Birds or Breaking Bad without ever having to get up off your bed or couch.
Getting glasses can be expensive. First you need to see an eye doctor to get your vision tested, and then you have to pay for expensive custom ground lenses and frames. These glasses simplify that process, by letting you adjust the correction manually to get the sharpest view.
The battle to dominate your eyes is about to get ugly. Eyewear experts Oakley announced that it's working on glasses with built-in smartphone features. Sounds like ploy to turn attention away from Google's Project Glass AR glasses to us.
Things are getting crazy on that rumor about Google building augmented reality glasses. The New York Times is reporting that Google will bring glasses that "stream [smartphone] information to the wearer's eyeballs in real time" by the end of the year. The future is almost here, I can feel it!
Google's always been a little bit hesitant to get into the hardware game, preferring instead to stick their software (and occasionally branding) on devices from others. But a new rumor suggests that Google may be working on a prototype for a pair of augmented reality glasses that they'll be marketing directly to the public.
Anyone who spends hours each day staring at a computer screen, knows that your eyes can quickly become tired and irritated. These glasses combat the problem by releasing water or eye drop solution near your eyes as needed.
How much would you pay to close your eyes? Sounds like a ridiculous question, but for audiophiles, it looks like the answer is about $45. The Musicmask may look like a pair of sunglasses, but they are completely opaque, blocking all light an essentially making you blind.