They look futuristic enough, but how well do these video glasses actually perform?
What's a young geek to do when he has two expensive gadgets? Naturally, pop on Pink Floyd and get to combining the two. In a little over a month, Thomas Sohmers has done just that — connect the awesome Parrot AR.Drone to a pair of Epson Moverio BT-100 transparent video glasses to create one neat trick.
The problem with most virtual reality glasses, is that you can't see a darned thing while wearing them besides what's on the screens. Epson knows that people like to multitask, so their new glasses let you see right through the projected image so you remain aware of your surroundings.
Carl Zeiss has been making their Cinemizer video glasses for a few years, but now they added 3D capability for home theater and gaming applications.
Is your life so interesting that it's worth recording all of? Alternately, are you so forgetful that you completely blank on entire conversations you had earlier that day? It sounds like you could use some technological help. The You-Vision video...