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The Pros and Cons of Google Glass for Business Travel

The Pros and Cons of Google Glass for Business Travel | Google Glass | Scoop.it
Despite some drawbacks, Google's futuristic eyewear can be an indispensable travel device.

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Google Glass exploration demonstrates a hidden browser and more ...

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While it's known that Google Glass has in-testing features just waiting to be exposed, we haven't seen many attempts to reveal them all. Zhuowei Zhang.
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Twitter / loadar: Little preview of our design ...

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RT @loadar: Little preview of our design concept for immersive #augmented reality eyewear. See it differently! #AR #wearable http://t.co/HMW4z04jIh
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Vuzix Augmented Reality Smart Glasses to be Exhibited at Eyebeam Arts ... - Canada NewsWire (press release)

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Google glass competitor? Meta Building Future of Augmented Reality with Steve Mann

Google glass competitor? Meta Building Future of Augmented Reality with Steve Mann | Google Glass | Scoop.it
Meta is building truly immersive augmented reality with gesture tracking and visual overlays, with help from pioneer Steve Mann.

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If you’re a little disappointed at the limited feature set of Google’s Project Glass, there’s a new pair of glasses that might bring all your augmented reality dreams to life. A company called Meta is building a fully hackable headset, complete with visual overlays and gesture detection. Even more exciting, the company has just announced that Steve Mann, a pioneer in wearable computing technology, is joining the team as Chief Scientist.

Meta blew past their Kickstarter goal of $100,000 in five days. Developer kits quickly sold out in the $550 and $650 pledge tier, which is less than half the price of the $1500 Project Glass Explorer Edition. The Meta developer kit includes see-through augmented reality glasses, a depth camera and a software developer’s kit, which includes sample applications and documentation. Meta works with Unity3D, the same graphics rendering engine supported by Oculus Rift, allowing users to pick up and manipulate their own 3D digital objects."

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If you’re a little disappointed at the limited feature set of Google’s Project Glass, there’s a new pair of glasses that might bring all your augmented reality dreams to life. A company called Meta is building a fully hackable headset, complete with visual overlays and gesture detection. Even more exciting, the company has just announced that Steve Mann, a pioneer in wearable computing technology, is joining the team as Chief Scientist.

Meta blew past their Kickstarter goal of $100,000 in five days. Developer kits quickly sold out in the $550 and $650 pledge tier, which is less than half the price of the $1500 Project Glass Explorer Edition. The Meta developer kit includes see-through augmented reality glasses, a depth camera and a software developer’s kit, which includes sample applications and documentation. Meta works with Unity3D, the same graphics rendering engine supported by Oculus Rift, allowing users to pick up and manipulate their own 3D digital objects.

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Google Glass in 10 years: The view from dystopia

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Recently Google announced it was launching a quantum artificial intelligence lab with a company associated with NASA, while, at its developer conference, it talked up seven new apps for Google Glas...

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iWatch Spotted in Apple's New iPhone 5 Commercial - Apple Balla

iWatch Spotted in Apple's New iPhone 5 Commercial - Apple Balla | Google Glass | Scoop.it

The so-called 'iWatch' is set to take on Google's Glass eyewear in the wearable computer market. The speculation has let to hundreds of Apple fans creating their own mockups of an iWatch.

Read more at http://www.appleballa.com/2013/05/jonathan-ive/commercial-5-spotted-iwatch-new-apples-iphone#aXa020XdhZsq9RIU.99


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