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I used Google Glass: the future, with monthly updates

I used Google Glass: the future, with monthly updates | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

Up close and personal with Google's visionary new computer - by Joshua Topolsky on The Verge.

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Watch the video to et a better sense of how Google Glass works.

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Murray McKercher's curator insight, February 23, 2013 9:28 AM

Take a look through Google Glass from the perspective of a healthcare worker...

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Finally a smartwatch that looks smart?

Finally a smartwatch that looks smart? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

Gábor Balogh is a freelance designer from Hungary who, like many of us, wants an attractive, watch-like watch that just happens to be smart. The difference between Balogh and the rest of us is he went ahead and designed an interface he believes could enable regular watch designs to include a full bevy of smart features.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

There's still a lot to invent in terms of UX design for smartwatches. This design concept is interesting as it brings some ideas of what the use cases could be.

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Arthur Charles Smith's curator insight, March 11, 3:39 PM

Wearable technology is not just a cool idea. It's no longer bulky and unappealing, it's sleak and it's fashionable.

Jack Barfoot's curator insight, March 18, 7:15 AM

Looks a good Idea but what are the flaws

Anuj Taya Ror's curator insight, March 28, 4:15 AM

This is one of the best article I found on internet. It explain that how can be a normal wrist-watch converted in a smart-watch. Which will have all the mobile computational power. This watch could have maps, internet, media and internet capabilities.

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One-Wheeled Electric Motorcycle

One-Wheeled Electric Motorcycle | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
It takes a special kind of magic to make an electric motor unicycle not terrifying to ride, and Ryno Motors has somehow pulled it off.
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Looks crazy. But apparently it's not. Wonder how soon we'll see @Marc Rougier drive one...

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Out in the Open: The Tiny Box That Lets You Take Your Data Back

Out in the Open: The Tiny Box That Lets You Take Your Data Back | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
For open source developer Johannes Ernst, what the world really needs is a simple device that anyone can use to take their data back from the wilds of the internet.
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Beyond data ownership, having a personal server is an interesting concept to get greater flexibility from various apps. I'd be surprised it gets mainstream though - at a time when even companies with comprehensive IT teams are moving to the cloud. 

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Google Partners With Ray-Ban And Oakley To Make Glass More Stylish

Google Partners With Ray-Ban And Oakley To Make Glass More Stylish | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Google has announced that it's working with the Luxottica Group to bring designer frames to Glass.
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Attempt at going mainstream. But still awkward?

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Yihan She's curator insight, March 26, 7:47 PM

Google glass can obviously give us a new way of life. Like others wearable device, Google glass uses technology to help us to deal with working and daily life information easier, although it is a little gross than a normal glass currently. 

Tony Curmudgeon O'seland's curator insight, March 27, 9:40 AM

This makes me wonder if the digitization of graphic literature will further degrade the field.  Physical ownership of graphic literature has become a vague concept these days, and if I read the buyers agreements on digital copies, you don't ever actually own the copy, you get to view it a set number of times.  While these glasses may make being a Hipster seem cool, do they actually serve a purpose for those who read, or are they just another gimmick to sell tech?

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Oakley Airwave 1.5

Airwave™ 1.5 Built-In Heads-Up Display Snow Goggle - The Evolution to a Revolution in Wearable Technology Learn more about Oakley Airwave 1.5 at http://oakle...
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Emeric Nectoux's comment, March 18, 2:57 PM
Only missing the waiting time for the lifts! ;)
Guillaume Decugis's comment, March 18, 5:39 PM
Or predict avalanches and powder? ;-)
joancporta's curator insight, March 26, 11:23 AM

¿Se le puede pedir más a una máscara?

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Is an iPhone Air all we can expect from Apple?

Introducing iPhone Air Additional technical specification available here: http://www.theverge.com/2014/3/9/5488574/iphone-air-8-larger-device-17-larger-displ...
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The execution of this concept is pretty neat but if this is all the innovation we'll get in the iPhone 6, I'd be disappointed. True, smartphones have been a maturing market but I still want more from them than just getting thinner and lighter.

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Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them.

Surprise: wearable tech devices need to recharge... while you wear them. | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Apple's iWatch Could Charge With Magnets And Sunlight: The tech company is reportedly looking into alternative charging methods to overcome batterysize constraints.
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Interesting point on wearable tech. Fit it has done a good job with this by the way: not only with a 1-2 week battery life time but also by sending you an email reminder when your device starts to be low in power. Wearable tech needs to recharge... while you wear it.
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David Johnson's curator insight, February 12, 8:48 PM

wow!!! i want one..

Clément Chanel's curator insight, February 13, 1:12 AM

Idée à transposer aux montres cardio-GPS. 8h d'autonomie comme présent chez beaucoup de fabricants c'est bien dans beaucoup de situations. Mais pour de l'ultra-trail, de la randonnée longue ou des raids, ça devient faiblard.

Richard Platt's curator insight, February 13, 2:45 PM

These might be some answers to charging the wearable devices, what do you think?

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Gestural computing: the other #CES2014 breakthrough?

Gestural computing: the other #CES2014 breakthrough? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

Asteroids barreled towards Earth from every direction, and my only defense was my eyes. I looked at one asteroid. I looked at another. Boom. Boom. Lasers from Earth had blown them into smithereens. And I didn’t lift a finger.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

A good summary of all the innovation in gestural computing that were introduced - someitmes as prototypes - at CES this year. Minority report is getting closer but as Ellis Hamburger reports, the main applications are likely to be gaming and safe driving for the next few years. Just like Leap Motion's example is showing. 

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Emeric Nectoux's comment, January 16, 9:01 PM
I'm currently testing the Leapmotion at home... Basically, i agree with the statement (not there yet) but things are progressing very fast on this one, and huge opportunities are emerging.
Gadgetzz.com's comment, January 28, 4:49 AM
Good post!
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Book by FiftyThree

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Book bringing ideas to life.
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You can now print your Paper App drawings as a Moleskine book. Pretty nice. 

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Proof that the PSP is dead?

Proof that the PSP is dead? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

PowerShell adds console-style controls to your iPhone or iPod Touch, and a built-in battery doubles the power capacity of your iPhone.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

This iPhone game controller looks like a pretty neat accessory for serious gamers, integrating controls with additional battery. My gaming is mostly on the iPad though so I think I'll pass.


But if we needed signs that the iOS platform is killing the PSP and other portable game consoles, this is a very concrete one.

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Muriel Hug's curator insight, January 15, 3:23 AM

Bah voilà ..

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Coin: a step closer to getting rid of my wallet

Coin: a step closer to getting rid of my wallet | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

"Coin is a connected device that can hold and behave like the cards you already carry. Coin works with your debit cards, credit cards, gift cards, loyalty cards and membership cards. Instead of carrying several cards you carry one Coin. Multiple accounts and information all in one place."


Via Jim Lerman
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

A VC friend was telling me yesterday: "Finance is where the next big innovations will come from" - and then this. 


This looks like genius simple. Pre-ordered one just now. 


My dream would be to get rid of my wallet and my keys and be able to do everything with just my phone.


We're getting closer.

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John Rudkin's curator insight, November 14, 2013 11:58 PM

Well, well, a first for me.

 

fabienne Olivier's curator insight, November 15, 2013 7:02 AM

I was waiting for that for quite a while!!!

Fiona MacDonald's curator insight, November 15, 2013 7:13 AM

This looks really interesting, but riases some questions - will retailers accept it with no sidniture strip? Can the waiter change which card is being used after you hand it over? What is the security like on both loading the cards onto the Coin and storing them within Coin?

 

Be really good if they can get it released and it is secure enough - ditch the thick purse!

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"It's not the consumers' job to know what they want" but 4 to 1 early adopters would pick smart watches over glasses

"It's not the consumers' job to know what they want" but 4 to 1 early adopters would pick smart watches over glasses | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

By Eric Newcomer - One of the most important questions about the future of computing is this: wrist or face? Google has been trumpeting its Glass devices, which can take photos and run applications like Facebook and Twitter on a small screen within eyesight. Apple, which is working on a secret smartwatch, has been publicly pushing the case for the wrist.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Of course the big caveat of this study is that it's very hard for consumers to project themselves using new devices they haven't discovered yet. The story of the iPad is a good example of that. But it's an interesting data point in the coming glass vs watch battle in the Apple / Google war.

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Anki Drive: Does 'the best robotics startup' deliver?

Anki Drive: Does 'the best robotics startup' deliver? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
“ With Tim Cook's blessing and $50 million in funding from backers like Andreessen Horowitz, robotics outfit Anki already has buzz other startups could only dream of. Hands-on with its first product.”
Via Thomas Faltin
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Anki Drive just launched last week and according to the first reviews, this is likely to be a hit. The product seems to have the secret ingredients of good games: easy to start with, hard to master. Can't wait to try it.
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Stupidly good-looking aerial shots with Hexo+

Stupidly good-looking aerial shots with Hexo+ | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

Drone + GoPHEXO+ is an intelligent drone that follows and films you autonomously. Aerial filming for everyone. Questions? Quick answers guaranteed

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This is genius.

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Guillaume Decugis's curator insight, June 20, 1:43 PM

Forget GoPro on your helmet: this is even better. Xavier de le Rue has been playing with drones to shoot amazing movies for a while: looks like he found a way to make his idea mainstream. Amazing and brilliant: well done! 

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Apple launches new cheaper iMac, starting at $1,099

Apple launches new cheaper iMac, starting at $1,099 | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Apple is introducing a new iMac model today with a $1,099 price point. That’s $200 less than the usual starting price for Apple’s all-in-one computer, and it follows a similar price cut given to...
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Tempting but not sure about the lack of RAM and the low CPU... 

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The dune buggy that can fly

SkyRunner is a dune buggy and a power parachute in one. After almost three years in development, it is on track to hit the market later this year.
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Elegant answer to the flying car problem.

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Alex Mornard's curator insight, May 2, 2:33 AM

soon a version with skis!

Emeric Nectoux's comment, June 23, 7:25 AM
I would like to have it already in my garage... Still a bit too expensive for me: $100,000
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Is Google losing its biggest fan on Google Glass?

Is Google losing its biggest fan on Google Glass? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

"Context."

Larry Page is on stage at TED right now. I'm at home watching.
He is not wearing Google Glass.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Excellent rant by Robert Scoble on Google Glass. That product is already getting old without having even been launched and lack of CEO support is definitely worrying. I've been skeptical on this project since I first heard of it 2 years ago: primarily because I had doubts about Google being the right company to bring that change. 


As a gadget nerd, I's still love to be proven wrong though.

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Emmanuel HAVET's curator insight, March 21, 8:32 AM

Bien que certains soient sceptiques sur la disponibilité du grand public faute de support suffisant interne et/ou externe, ce projet est formidable pour :

- Démontrer les freins à l'adoption

- Démontrer les soucis de sécurité et leur impact éventuel

- Donner à Google une incroyable avance sur les OS IoT (enfin, formidable, c'est relatif)

- Projeter les usages, bien au delà du grand public, car c'est probablement ailleurs qu'est le potentiel économique.

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Will the iPhone 6 be solar powered?

Will the iPhone 6 be solar powered? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
The iPhone 5S is less than six months old but buzzes about the iPhone 6 is becoming a hotter topic. Many people are wondering if it will be bigger or of the same size. Will it be joined by an iPhone 6C, or the iWatch and is it going to have standout features?
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Not sure I need a thinner or curved iPhone but I'd love to have it solar powered.
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Charline Missu's curator insight, March 10, 2:33 PM

Un sujet bien d'actualité avec les progrès que l'on voit en matière de recharge mobile, il serait temps d'adapter ce que l'on sait à d'autres technologies :)

Inge Bothma's curator insight, March 12, 1:57 AM

Might solve the screen cracking disaster!

Jamie Ruppert's curator insight, March 15, 7:19 AM

What's next for iPhone? What could be more convenient than solar power?

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Is this Mix Between the Mac Pro and the iMac Awesome or Just Crazy

Is this Mix Between the Mac Pro and the iMac Awesome or Just Crazy | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Technology, gadgets, science and smart design

Via Andre Bontems
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IMHO: Just awesome.

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Google Glass: now available for people who actually need glasses

Google Glass: now available for people who actually need glasses | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Google has taken the step that many asked for regarding its Google Glass head-mounted computer – it introduced prescription frames for the device.
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So now you don't have to pile up contacts and glasses. Good move of course and quite a logical one given the target market but still something I feel uneasy with. It took me ages to free myself from glasses thanks to laser surgery. Not sure I want to lose that freedom again.
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Martin Hunt's curator insight, February 3, 12:00 AM

Title: A new way to cheat in exam

Jolle Kirpensteijn's curator insight, February 3, 5:55 AM

This is cool!

ChaeBae 888-554-0144's curator insight, February 3, 8:57 AM

#Googleglass #Google #Technology

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Google’s Chromebooks Have Hit Their Stride

Google’s Chromebooks Have Hit Their Stride | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

It looks like Microsoft was right to worry about Google's Chromebook project. According to the latest numbers from NPD, Chromebooks accounted for 21% of laptops sales.

Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Have to admit the concept of a light network computer is appealing. A growing number of people don't want a sophisticated machine but a curated, simpler experience.

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Lori Wilk's curator insight, December 29, 2013 10:28 AM

What announcements will we hear from the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas coming up about the next big things?

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Eyes in the Back of Your Head

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A company called Skully Helmets has unveiled a new and very cool helmet called the Skully P1.
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For bikers for now. Would love to see a skier version of it.

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Lori Wilk's curator insight, December 26, 2013 7:32 PM

This is an amazing helmet.

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Pencil by FiftyThree: the 21st century da Vinci's paintbrush?

Pencil by FiftyThree: the 21st century da Vinci's paintbrush? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Pencil by FiftyThree is a revolutionary stylus for touch-screen devices. Use Pencil with Paper for iPad to express your ideas beautifully and easily.
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I've used Paper by 53 to doodle and it grew on me. I now try to draw when I travel or have spare time (not too often unfortunately...). Have to say styluses are highly recommended for iPad painting - even though Steve Jobs mocked them when launching the iPad and made clear the device wouldn't need any.


Will try this out!

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Emeric Nectoux's comment, January 18, 12:26 AM
Same here! Still using my Bamboo (which I like a lot though) but I'm still hesitating between this one (53), the Procreate or anything else that could match my wishes/needs... Most important criteria to me is of course having only one pen for most of my different usages... Not one pen by App. ;)
David Villalobos's curator insight, February 5, 8:17 PM

After watching the video and looking at the specs for this stylus, i have to say i'm pretty impressed by how it looks alone. I have been using my Bamboo tablet and stylus for about a year and a half and its great and all but it doesn't feel natural to me. The stylus just doesn't feel like it was designed for an artist. This stylus, on the other hand, seems like it was designed just for me and thats something to be excited about  since it is JUST a stylus. I've been meaning to buy a new tablet+stylus so maybe i'll check this out.

Antoine de Kerviler's curator insight, March 6, 6:49 AM

absolutely awesome looking pen, too bad it will only work (with all features) on paper53 which I use only infrequently.

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Ok glass, is music really the killer app you're looking for?

Ok glass, is music really the killer app you're looking for? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it
Glass can now be used to search for songs, scan through saved playlists and listen to music in high fidelity.
Guillaume Decugis's insight:

Google is still trying to explore a whole range of applications for Google Glass.


Not clear to me whether some killer apps have emerged yet. Music seems a long shot to me as (i) it's already massively covered by smartphones, iPods, etc... (ii) it's by definition not so much visual (iii) it requires additional earbuds that will make the whole set up cumbersome.


Or am I missing anything?

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I don't drive to work anymore but could the SF Muni bus drivers please have that?

I don't drive to work anymore but could the SF Muni bus drivers please have that? | Gadgets I lust for | Scoop.it

I have something to get off my chest: I live in New Jersey, so by definition that makes me a "Jersey driver". I’ve never thought of myself as the sort of Manically aggressive road warrior. 

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The Automatic car dongle that let's you know how good or bad a driver you are by getting feedback directly from your car is getting a good review on TechCrunch where Chris Velazco calls it the FitBit for your car.


I'm not sure I want such a robotic backseat driver myself but I don't drive enough anymore to really care. I'd love the SF Muni bus drivers to have one though...

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