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IT'S REAL: Check Out What It's Like Using Google's Crazy Computerized Glasses (GOOG)

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Google just released a design concept for its "Google Glasses" called Project Glass. It's a frame you wear that has a small screen in the corner of your vision. Google displays a number of things on that screen that are just inside your peripheral vision. It looks like the...
IT'S REAL: Check Out What It's Like Using Google's Crazy Computerized Glasses (GOOG)

New patent shows Apple is at least thinking about wearable computing devices like Google Glass

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It’s incredibly foolhardy to ascribe any concrete plans to Apple based on the publishing of a patent. The company is incredibly prolific in this department, publishing literally thousands a year. Sometimes, however, a patent is interesting enough to point out just because it indicates that the very smart engineers at...
New patent shows Apple is at least thinking about wearable computing devices like Google Glass
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I Tried On Google Glass At SXSW, And This Is What It Was Like (GOOG)

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Over the weekend at the SXSW Interactive conference in Austin, I had the opportunity to briefly try on Google's next-generation gadget, Google Glass. The experience was interesting, to say the least. The frames do not feel heavy on your face, I didn't notice any difference from my normal glasses. Because...
I Tried On Google Glass At SXSW, And This Is What It Was Like (GOOG)
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Microsoft Patents the Holodeck! (Well, Almost)

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Microsoft took a step toward creating - and owning - the Star Trek holodeck this week via a patent that introduces the concept of a "peripheral display" that can project game scenes onto the walls, ceiling and floors of a room. The idea, according to patent Number 20120223885, is to...
Microsoft Patents the Holodeck! (Well, Almost)
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The Startup Incubator For Robot Overlords: GRASP

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Philly's GRASP Laboratory creates robots that can play sports, perform surgery, and fly in insect-like swarms.[twistage 7e932538ec39b]The first thing you notice when visiting the University of Pennsylvania's GRASP Laboratory -- General Robotics Automation, Sensing, And Perception -- is that the robots are everywhere. Massive workrooms at the laboratory are filled with bots...
The Startup Incubator For Robot Overlords: GRASP
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Google Glass? You have to applaud their vision

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Though wildly ambitious, Google's augmented reality headgear is equipped to transform everyday lifeA few weeks ago, the chairman of Google, Eric Schmidt, spent four days in Cambridge as the Humanitas visiting professor in the university's Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, where I work. Afterwards, one...
Google Glass? You have to applaud their vision

The Forest, the Trees, and the Next Big Thing

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Editor’s Note:  TechCrunch contributor Semil Shah currently works at Votizen and lives in Palo Alto; you can follow him on twitter @semil They say hindsight is 20/20. By now, everyone knows about the fastest-growing site on the web. Yet, for a period of time in 2011, despite all the signals pointing toward the phenomena, most in...
The Forest, the Trees, and the Next Big Thing

jstn: Seeing this in IMAX 3D was the best thing I've done...

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jstn: Seeing this in IMAX 3D was the best thing I've done since getting my eyes lasered. Having peripheral vision continues to be an unexpected joy. It makes me really anxious when glass starts cracking in space. You think you are safe... you are not....
jstn: Seeing this in IMAX 3D was the best thing I've done...

Perifoveal Display tracks head positioning, highlights changing data on secondary LCDs (hands-on)

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If there's a large display as part of your workstation, you know how difficult it can be to keep track of all of your windows simultaneously, without missing a single update. Now imagine surrounding yourself with three, or four, or five jumbo LCDs, each littered with dozens of windows...
Perifoveal Display tracks head positioning, highlights changing data on secondary LCDs (hands-on)
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MIT projection system extends video to peripheral vision, samples footage in real-time

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Researchers at the MIT Media Lab have developed an ambient lighting system for video that would make Philips' Ambilight tech jealous. Dubbed Infinity-by-Nine, the rig analyzes frames of footage in real-time -- with consumer-grade hardware no less -- and projects rough representations of the video's edges onto a room's...
MIT projection system extends video to peripheral vision, samples footage in real-time

Oculight LED hack gives the Oculus Rift a hint of peripheral vision (video)

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Although the Oculus Rift is one of the more ambitious attempts at making virtual reality accessible, its lack of peripheral version is all too familiar -- it's much like staring into a pair of portholes. Rather than let the disorientation persist unaltered, though, Hack A Day has taken matters...
Oculight LED hack gives the Oculus Rift a hint of peripheral vision (video)

The Right-Hand Man Of Steve Jobs Has Broken His Silence (AAPL)

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James Higa, a former Apple vice president who describes his job there as "special ops for Steve"--Steve Jobs, that is--recently gave an interview to Lifestyles, a philanthropy magazine. The issue is out now, and the author, Darren Gluckman, has posted a copy of the profile, titled "iJames," online. Higa reveals...
The Right-Hand Man Of Steve Jobs Has Broken His Silence (AAPL)
MIT Media Lab's Infinity-By-Nine system promises deeper movie immersion

Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

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A research team at the Santa Lucia Foundation in Italy is working on a way to restore the ability to walk to those paralyzed from the waist down, according to New Scientist. To hold the person up and propel them forward, the team created an exoskeleton - a set of...
Exoskeleton Lets The Paralyzed Walk Again

I Tried Google Glass, And It Is Obviously The Future

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Few new technologies have been as hyped - or as misunderstood - as Google Glass, says Matt Warman Price: $1,500 (not currently available to the public) It's the computer that has both excited and worried millions. Forget the next iPad or the Samsung Galaxy S5 - Google Glass is...
I Tried Google Glass, And It Is Obviously The Future
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