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Lumus Is Showing A Wide Field-Of-View Smart Glasses Prototype

proto2 These days, it’s hard to stand out in the Smart Glasses category. There are many underwhelming products coming to market now and many more that while extravagant seem to be caught in the “forever-coming-soon” stage. It’s therefore refreshing to see a real, live demo that really delivers. Read More

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Jay Donovan

January 8th

Gadgets

Garmin’s Varia Vision Turns Your Oakleys Into a Cycling-Focused Google Glass

Google wasn’t able to make Glass the runaway success it thought it could be, but maybe Sergey and Larry were just targeting the wrong demographic. Garmin is hoping its new Varia Vision, which can attach to any pair of sunglasses, will appeal to gadget-loving cyclists.

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Andrew Liszewski

January 5th

Gadgets

Garmin’s Varia Vision Turns Your Oakleys Into a Cycling-Focused Google Glass

Google wasn’t able to make Glass the runaway success it thought it could be, but maybe Sergey and Larry were just targeting the wrong demographic. Garmin is hoping its new Varia Vision, which can attach to any pair of sunglasses, will appeal to gadget-loving cyclists.

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Andrew Liszewski

January 5th

Gadgets

Squishy Glassware Is Actually Made of Magical Crystal Clear Silicone

If you’re clumsy, or have kids, your kitchen cupboards are probably filled with ugly but necessary plastic drinkware. It doesn’t have to be that way, though, because it turns out someone has created crystal clear drinking glasses made from squishy, shatterproof silicone.

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Andrew Liszewski

July 30th

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Watch a baby’s adorable reaction to being able to see clearly for the first time

Video Baby Gets Glasses Reaction

We often forget how miraculous glasses are until we see a baby with poor vision trying them on for the first time. Proud mother Jessica Sinclair recently posted a heartwarming video on her Facebook page of her 11-month-old daughter Piper trying on glasses for the first time. The baby girl is apparently extremely far-sighted, so this occasion marked the first time she ever saw her parents -- or anything else -- clearly. As you can imagine, she was positively thrilled with the development.

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Brad Reed

July 14th

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See The Specs Restyled By 3D Printing

Mono The 3D printed future is looking increasingly cartoonish if this crowdfunder for one-piece flexible nylon eyewear is making a prescient design call. Called Mono, the designer specs look like they’ve been scribbled onto the model’s face with a Sharpie marker. Read More

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Natasha Lomas

April 21st

Gadgets

Sony Puts Its Smart Specs Up For Dev Pre-Order, For $840

Sony SmartEyeglass Sony has put a developer edition of its forthcoming smart glasses, branded as SmartEyeglass, up for pre-order today, starting with the U.K. and Germany. It’s also made the SDK available. Read More

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Natasha Lomas

February 17th

Gadgets

A Clever Segmented Hinge Ensures These Glasses Fit Anyone’s Face

A Clever Segmented Hinge Ensures These Glasses Fit Anyone's Face

Most eyewear innovations these days involve the addition of tiny screens and cameras to turn your glasses into a 'smart' interface for your phone. But a company called REM Eyewear has actually come up with a clever way to improve the glasses themselves with a unique segmented hinge and cable system that helps them not only fit any sized head, but also stay put when worn.

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Andrew Liszewski

January 5th

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Intel Teams With Luxottica To Build The Future Of Smart Eyewear

Google-Glass-Girl-Model-HD-Wallpaper It’s pretty clear at this point that Intel wants to own face computing: The company has been pegged as providing the chip powering the next version of Google Glass, and now it’s officially announcing a partnership with (Glass partner) Luxottica Group, maker of most of the world’s most recognized eyesore, including Oakley, Persol, Armani, Coach and more. The team-up will see… Read More

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Darrell Etherington

December 3rd

Gadgets

Mobile

A Display-Tweaking Algorithm Could Let You Ditch Glasses and Contacts

A Display-Tweaking Algorithm Could Let You Ditch Glasses and Contacts

I spend too much of my waking life staring at screens. If you're reading this, you probably do, too. So instead of putting things on or in front of our imperfect eyeballs to correct and protect them, how about rethinking the screens we're staring at? Researchers at Berkeley, MIT, and Microsoft have developed a prototype that could one day make glasses or contacts obsolete—at least when you're looking at your phone or computer.

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Sarah Zhang

July 24th

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