There were rumors that Google was secretly working on a pair of augmented reality glasses and now Google's made it official that it is indeed prototyping a pair of them. It's called "Project Glass" and it could change the way we live, or just make us ever more reliant on technology for everyday tasks.
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!
This new gadget from Sportiiiis promises to add a Heads-Up Display to any pair of sunglasses, letting athletes see real-time updates on their performance without taking their eyes off the ball.
This head-up display uses lasers to project 3D graphics out into the world around you, and it could be the future of automotive GPS systems.
Instructables user, BigRedRocket, apparently wasn't satisfied with seeing the world from a crystal-clear first person perspective so he took it upon himself to build a contraption that would let him see himself from the third-person.
Vuzix is planning a second generation of its head-mounted displays that look like "something people would actually want to wear," according to a representative of the company. Stylin' or not, the Wrap 920AV improves upon the iWear VR920 by...