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Wearable prototype goes a step beyond Google Glass

0. phoneArena 29 Oct 2013, 17:10 posted on

Glasswear is pretty cool, but the one thing many of us wonder deep down is when we will see a true...

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posted on 29 Oct 2013, 17:26 2

1. GrapeEyes (Posts: 243; Member since: 01 Sep 2013)


Maybe by the year 2020 phones will be replaced by super smart slim glasses

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 17:39

2. livyatan (Posts: 642; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)


Maybe not that early, but I'd say it's pretty sure that wearable computers will eventually replace every personal computing form that we use now, and not just that, it will be our augmented extension and digital assistant, and the only screen we will look at.
This is all still the pre -infancy stage of that vision though

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 19:07 2

6. hallucinogenius (Posts: 9; Member since: 14 Sep 2013)


I am both excited for and terrified of this inevitability. Once the technology becomes more mainstream, initial glasses followed by contact lenses (we're still far from it, but it's past proof-of-concept), our daily realities will literally be individualized and personalized. Navigation directions that appear as if they were painted on the streets, the ability to photograph/record whatever it is we are looking at, and most importantly: personalized advertising. The same concept as what Google and other companies have been doing with your browsing habits, except not just on the computer, but wherever you are, because you are always seeing through a computer. Personalized billboards and posters and interactive AR animations through digital data, without the need for most of these things to exist in the real world. Heck, you could replace the sky with a personalized wallpaper if you'd like. Mind you, I'm talking roughly 2030-2050, much like how the number of smartphone users today is higher than the number of people who had access to a PC 20 years ago.

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 18:05

3. brrunopt (Posts: 389; Member since: 15 Aug 2013)


Microsoft did it first ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLoMecZ80BQ

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 18:21

4. AwesomestMaximuss (Posts: 104; Member since: 09 Jul 2013)


From what i understand,both are two different concepts,,,This concept doesnt actually project the images and has no projector..only u ll be able to see the images,just like u do with an Augmented relity app on your phone(e.g. Layar)

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 18:51

5. brrunopt (Posts: 389; Member since: 15 Aug 2013)


the article mentions "Just reach out and touch the projected images"

posted on 30 Oct 2013, 02:55

14. illiad (Posts: 108; Member since: 07 Feb 2012)


no the picture is a 'mock up' to show what it is like... real holographic projection is decades away...

posted on 30 Oct 2013, 00:41

12. Reality_Check (Posts: 243; Member since: 15 Aug 2013)


But that's just bulky and ugly as hell :S

posted on 30 Oct 2013, 02:52

13. illiad (Posts: 108; Member since: 07 Feb 2012)


its a prototype...

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 20:04 1

7. rusticguy (Posts: 2813; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)


i-Air Touch? Who has iAir Tocuh then?
Good investment in name nand a possible candidate for being sued or taken over if not sued.

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 20:19

8. bugsbunny00 (Posts: 883; Member since: 07 Jun 2013)


If you are 21 and over, lucky you. You'll be getting one of these by the time you're almost retired.. Again these are just prototypes.

Enjoy..

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 21:26

9. Shatter (Posts: 1957; Member since: 29 May 2013)


Along with your bionic organs and robotic arm?

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 21:30

10. noteseries (Posts: 76; Member since: 29 Oct 2013)


now we have to connect those machine to our brain nerve...... ready to go to the 'accell world'!

posted on 29 Oct 2013, 23:23

11. androiphone20 (Posts: 1391; Member since: 10 Jul 2013)


on a more realistic note judging by smartphone penetration I really don't see some of these wearables beyond a wealthy geek's toy

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