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2015-06-12 Smart glasses scale up power, connectivity, storage features
The R-7 from the Osterhout Design Group packs a quad-core Snapdragon 805 SoC running at 2.7GHz, up from a 1.5GHz dual-core SoC in the current R-6 model, and includes 2GB LP-DDR3 memory.
2015-03-16 Smart glass uses winks for commands
The Korean-made smart glass, K-Glass 2, features a new user interface called the i-Mouse, which can track the user's gaze and connect the device to the Internet through blinking eyes
2015-06-11 Smart glass taps AR to take on consumer, industrial apps
Emerging technologies like AR comes with a series of challenges and opportunities. Still, as additional use cases develop the possibilities are endless.
2016-02-29 New smart glasses offer virtual keyboard
The processor used for K-Glass 3 is composed of a pre-processing core to implement stereo vision, seven deep-learning cores to accelerate real-time scene recognition within 33ms.
2015-06-19 Intel buys smart eyewear manufacturer
Intel invested in Recon in 2013 with the goal of accelerating product development, marketing and sales, and hopes the formal acquisition will expand its presence in the head mounted display market.
2014-12-15 Discreet smart wearables predicted for popularity by 2017
As the smart wearables market continues to expand, Gartner forecasted that by 2017, 30 per cent of smart wearables will be completely unobtrusive to the eye
2013-04-26 About 10M smart glasses to ship from 2012-16, says analyst
Driven by Google Glass, IHS predicted that smart glass shipments may rise to as high 6.6 million units in 2016, up from just 50,000 in 2012, for a total of 9.4 million units for the 5-year period
2014-12-05 Intel taps Italian designer for smart glass
Fashion may be the key to success in the wearables market. While Google Glass may have name recognition, its design is somewhat unwieldy. Up-and-coming Oculus is even chunkier.
2010-07-15 HP, Samsung show off next-gen smart phone displays
Hewlett-Packard, Qualcomm and Samsung talked about their next-generation displays and courted application developers at the MobileBeat 2010.
2015-04-29 How can AR glasses be useful to distribution centres
Live events just scratch the surface of how wearables and augmented reality can add value. A quick look at the distribution centre or manufacturing floor provides other avenues to their usefulness.
2012-02-24 Free viewpoint, no glasses 3Dyour future TV
DisplaySearch forecasted that the market for 3D TVs would grow from below 25 million units and under $3 billion last year to more than 200 million units and nearly $20 billion in 2018.
2010-12-11 2D/3D chip banks on 3D in smart phones, tablets
Dialog’s DA8223, which has a hardwired, dedicated architecture that puts no extra load on the host application processor and requires no external memory, can be plugged into existing portable devices.
2014-08-22 Wearable glass takes on privacy issues
Like GoPro, Pivothead's sport glasses are based on an Ambarella chipset with A-11 ARM processor, while various mods to enhance video capture and transfer run on Atheros chipsets
2016-03-18 VR field changing rapidly to set standards
Find out in this article about what the panelists discussed at the recent Game Developers Conference (GDC) on the status of standards or best practises in the VR industry.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2012-08-10 Rapid demand projected for wearable technology
IHS forecasted that by 2-16, the wearable technology market will exceed $6 billion, as the penetration of the technology in many applications is set to rapidly increase.
2013-02-25 No slowing down for wearable technologies demand
ABI Research forecasts the wearable computing device market will grow to 485 million annual device shipments by 2018.
2014-09-01 Low price, more functions key to wearables take off
In the early stage, people are buying brands of wearable devices, but it is not going to last long. Apart from lower price points, consumers would want something more from these devices.
2015-01-13 Intel invests $25M in Google Glass rival Vuzix
Intel provides capital for Vuzix's enterprise smart glass goals. The latter will be making Internet-connected glasses that are more stylish than Google Glass.
2015-09-18 Enterprise preps for wearables uptake, survey reveals
In a survey commissioned by APX Labs on the state of wearables in the enterprise, 93 per cent of IT and business decisions makers surveyed indicated that they are using or actively exploring wearables.
2016-01-28 Enterprise breathes new life to Google Glass
Google recently filed documents for its Google Glass 2 where it is reported to having healthcare, manufacturing and energy-related companies test out an improved version of Google Glass.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2013-12-11 Wearables to look out for at CES 2014
As the wearable market still remains in its early phase, the market forecast and product definition are also all over the map. Here's a glimpse of the wearable devices to be shown at CES 2014.
2007-12-13 Viewer turns iPod video into big virtual hit
Virtual display glasses are nothing new, but improvements have slimmed the package considerably and brought costs to levels more simpatico with consumer budgets�At $199, Myvu's Solo brings iPod video viewing front and center
2014-06-25 RAONTECH boosts resolution in HMDs with 720 chipset
The LCoS module and controller from build on the company's low power and high integration technology, delivering 3D HD video data for mobile HMDs and smart glasses.
2014-07-17 Nano-pixels to bring flexible, high-res displays
Oxford University scientists found that phase change materials could lead to low-energy, flexible displays for applications such as 'smart' glasses, synthetic retinas and foldable screens.
2014-12-02 IoT spending in APAC to hit $59 billion by 2020
Frost & Sullivan forecasted that energy (smart grids), media (content streaming) and manufacturing (3D printing) are some of the industries expected to undergo IT driven transformations in 2015
2010-05-31 AMOLED: Display market's next 'big thing'
A Samsung keynoter at the Society for Information Display hailed amorphous OLED (AMOLED) as the next 'big thing' in displays, powering smart TVs and smart mobile devices
2015-08-20 3D display to transform consumer electronics
News analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that 3D technology will have a strong impact on trends such as smart products, mobility, as well as connectivity and convergence
2015-06-30 What chips are inside Apple Watch?
The good news for the winners of the design slotsSTMicroelectronics, NXP, AMS, Dialog Semiconductoris that Yole reckons the wearable electronic equipment will grow steadily.
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