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HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon

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We detailled the first information out of the Google [x] Glasses project in December. They are in late prototype stages of wearable glasses that look similar to thick-rimmed glasses that “normal people” wear.  However, these provide a display with a heads up computer interface.  There are a few buttons...
HUD Google Glasses are real and they are coming soon

Google reportedly developing Android-powered smart glasses

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Much like flying cars and jet packs, wearable computing is one of those aspirational fields of technology where the current state of the art doesn't deliver the sort of experience that people have imagined for decades. An experimental project that is reportedly under development in Google's labs could raise...
Google reportedly developing Android-powered smart glasses

Google's Terminator-Style Goggles Might Include Phone, Launch This Spring

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Rumor has it Google's working on a pair of futuristic glasses that will offer a computerized heads-up display to augment the world around you....
Google's Terminator-Style Goggles Might Include Phone, Launch This Spring

Google's X Lab Is Building Real-Life Terminator Glasses (GOOG)

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Google's X Lab is in the late prototype stage of building some impressive sunglasses, reports 9to5Google. The sunglasses resemble Oakley Thumps (pictured to the right) and will have a front-facing camera that can take pictures and make use of augmented reality apps. They will also have a heads-up display...
Google's X Lab Is Building Real-Life Terminator Glasses (GOOG)

How To Charge Your iPhone With Your Bicycle And 9 Other Gadgets For Cycling Nerds

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The design of the contemporary bicycle hasn't changed much since its inception in the 1880s. But that hasn't stopped bicycle companies from coming out with a number of accessories to enhance your riding. Check out these gadgets that will do everything from record first-person video of your rides to...
How To Charge Your iPhone With Your Bicycle And 9 Other Gadgets For Cycling Nerds

Google to Sell Heads-Up Display Glasses by Year's End

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Google is currently making a pair of glasses that will be able to stream information to the wearer's eyes in real time. According to several Google employees familiar with the project, the glasses will go on sale to the public by the end of the year....
Google to Sell Heads-Up Display Glasses by Year's End

THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: What's With All The Secret Projects? (GOOG)

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The Google Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email GOOG Down With MarketsStocks opened down, but are fighting back, as talks to secure a new bailout for Greece to avoid default continue as well as talks of an exit from the...
THE GOOGLE INVESTOR: What's With All The Secret Projects? (GOOG)

Google to launch pilot program for Android-based HUD glasses

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Google has reportedly been hard at work developing glasses with a built-in heads-up display (HUD) on one lens. The glasses reportedly look very similar to Oakley’s Thump sunglasses, which allowed users to load songs onto a small flash drive and listen to tunes through integrated ear buds. According to...
Google to launch pilot program for Android-based HUD glasses

Google's Terminator Glasses Will Be Available By The End Of The Year (GOOG)

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Google's futuristic HUD sunglasses will be available for purchase by the end of the year, reports The New York Times. We've previously reported on the so-called "Terminator" glasses -- they're a pet project being developed at Google's X laboratory, a secretive building on the Google campus where engineers work...
Google's Terminator Glasses Will Be Available By The End Of The Year (GOOG)

Alleged details about Google HUD eyeglasses surface, public beta said to be in consideration

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Word first leaked out that Google had been developing a pair of eyeglasses with an integrated heads-up display back in December, and now 9to5Google claims it has some additional information about a prototype of Mountain View's electronic specs. According to the site's tipster, the glasses looks similar to Oakley's...
Alleged details about Google HUD eyeglasses surface, public beta said to be in consideration

Google’s Project Glass is totally right out of Terminator

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Oakley THUMP sunglasses not doing it for you? A rumored Google project based around the concept of a pair of glasses that can deliver real-time information on a heads up display has gone public. In a Google+ post, the company is asking for feedback on their project to help...
Google’s Project Glass is totally right out of Terminator
Pioneer's laser-projected car HUD lets you drive like RoboCop

Sergey Brin demos Project Glass on stage at Google I/O

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It's hard to ignore Google's X Lab-born Project Glass. News of the slim-lined, scifi goggles' existence first surfaced this past February and it wasn't long after that Mountain View's own elite began to flaunt the heads-up display in public. While little of the device's true purpose and functionality is...
Sergey Brin demos Project Glass on stage at Google I/O

Pioneer touts world's first car GPS with augmented reality HUD (video)

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We've seen augmented reality, and GPS with augmented reality, but we haven't seen the two combined at the front of a car's windshield. A pair of Cyber Navi rigs from Pioneer promise to change all that, using an add-on, laser-projected heads-up display from MicroVision that shows driving directions just...
Pioneer touts world's first car GPS with augmented reality HUD (video)

Google unveils "Project Glass," augmented reality glasses

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Rumors have been floating around that Google is developing a pair of glasses with a built-in heads-up display, and Google confirmed the project's existence today. "Project Glass," as shown in a Google+ page, outfits the wearer with a sleek pair of glasses with just one small lens worn over...
Google unveils "Project Glass," augmented reality glasses

NYT: Google to sell Android-based heads-up display glasses this year

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It's not the first time that rumors have surfaced of Google working on some heads-up display glasses (9 to 5 Google first raised the possibility late last year), but The New York Times is now reporting that the company is not only working on them, but that it's set...
NYT: Google to sell Android-based heads-up display glasses this year

Google Geek Chic: Augmented Reality Goggles

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The mystery of Google’s stealth consumer product has apparently been conclusively solved. The NY Times is confirming earlier reports that Google is going to release “heads up display glasses” by the end of the year. The glasses — or literal Google Goggles in this case... Please visit Search Engine Land...
Google Geek Chic: Augmented Reality Goggles
Google Glasses patent hints at speech-to-text display for deaf users
Ars at Google I/O: preordering a Google Glass Explorer Edition unit

Google unveils Project Glass Explorer Edition, takes pre-ordes only at Google I/O

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We've been wondering when non-Googlers could get their hands on Project Glass in earnest, and now we know: the company is opening up pre-orders for Glass Explorer Edition, a developer version of its heads-up display glasses. Orders are only available to Google I/O attendees, and they cost a pretty...
Google unveils Project Glass Explorer Edition, takes pre-ordes only at Google I/O

Dear Google Glasses Team: Careful What You Put in Your Concept Videos

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What a disappointment! Google's prototype heads-up display glasses do not have the Terminator-style graphics shown in the concept video. They just show a simple readout above the user's line of sight for now. That's no fun. But it reveals the tension that's inherent in technology concept videos: There's a fine line between...
Dear Google Glasses Team: Careful What You Put in Your Concept Videos

Mischo Erban breaks skateboard speed record, captures the run with camera-equipped Recon

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We know Quebec well for its maple syrup, poutine and fresh mountain air, but the French Canadian province also has a more sprightly side, renewing our neighbor to the north's status in the athletic arena from time to time as well. This month, it's BC native Mischo Erban, who...
Mischo Erban breaks skateboard speed record, captures the run with camera-equipped Recon
Google heads-up display glasses to sell for $250 to $600 this year, NYT says

Google Augmented Reality Glasses Expected by Year's End

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The glasses are meant to work like a heads-up-display that analyzes and displays information for the wearer, priced somewhere between $250 and $600....
Google Augmented Reality Glasses Expected by Year's End
Google researcher demonstrates taking pictures with Project Glass in Charlie Rose interview

Google X is actually Google [x] (as in “solve for X”) and there is a We Solve for [x] Conference happening now #solveforx

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. Tomorrow, Google will set up a YouTube channel officially revealing a Solve for [x] Conference according to the Google+ page of one of Google [x]chief scientists, Richard DeVaul (from his bio page, right). At first glance, it appears that the Solve for [x] private conference is part of the...
Google X is actually Google [x] (as in “solve for X”) and there is a We Solve for [x] Conference happening now #solveforx
Wacom announces Intuos5 tablets with multitouch, soft-touch finish, and heads-up display software
Google's Project Glass heads up display: science fiction you can wear

Five Apps That Would Get Me To Put On Google's Weird New Computer Glasses (GOOG)

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Google is going to start selling glasses with computers in them, the New York Times's Nick Bilton has been reporting. The computer "screen" will be graphics layered over the lenses, kind of like a "heads-up display" or "HUD" in a fighter jet. The computer glasses will run on Android,...
Five Apps That Would Get Me To Put On Google's Weird New Computer Glasses (GOOG)
Taking Pioneer's Cybernavi laser-projected car HUD for a spin
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