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Screw Google Glass, I want my augmented-reality heads-up-display contact lenses

Screw Google Glass, I want my augmented-reality heads-up-display contact lenses | UAV technology | Scoop.it

Nano-electronics researcher Imec announced today that its lab in Ghent, Belgium has developed a curved LCD display that can be embedded in a contact lens. It’s perhaps the first step in creating invisible augmented reality technology that could eliminate the need for a screen on your phone, laptop, or gaming device.


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Kev Bauer's curator insight, March 21, 2013 2:15 AM

I want some.  Hope they come with prescription.

Possible advancment; live record vision, connectivity.

issuse, powersource.

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Robots Aren’t Coming for Our Jobs, Just Yet | MIT Technology Review

Robots Aren’t Coming for Our Jobs, Just Yet | MIT Technology Review | UAV technology | Scoop.it
Machines are moving into new areas of manufacturing, but it’s too soon to proclaim a robot revolution.

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Kev Bauer's curator insight, March 21, 2013 2:18 AM

autonomous taxi drivers would be very pleasing, possibly safer.

 

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Suicide Drones, Mini Blimps and 3D Printers: Inside the New Army Arsenal

Suicide Drones, Mini Blimps and 3D Printers: Inside the New Army Arsenal | UAV technology | Scoop.it
With flying grenades, suicide-vest spotters, 3D printers and more, the army is retooling for a very austere, very remote way of war.

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The Robobee Project Is Building Flying Robots the Size of Insects: Scientific American

The Robobee Project Is Building Flying Robots the Size of Insects: Scientific American | UAV technology | Scoop.it
Thousands of robotic insects will take to the skies in pursuit of a shared goal

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roboGenetics next? micro drones

reproducing nature, sustaining life.

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Kev Bauer's curator insight, March 21, 2013 2:12 AM

repoducing nature, technological ecosystem sustaining organic life