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Intel made smart glasses that look normal The most important parts of Intel's new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no gesture area to swipe, no glowing LCD screen, no weird arm floating in front of the lens, no [...]
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What's the Difference Between Intel Vaunt and Other AR Glasses? Intel's Vaunt augmented reality glasses use a laser to generate an image directly on a person's retina, reflecting the light using the right lens on a set of eyeglasses. The glasses actually need to configured for a user, as the laser is properly [...]
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Chinese Police Add Facial-Recognition Glasses to Surveillance ... BEIJING—As hundreds of millions of Chinese begin traveling for the Lunar New Year holiday, police are showing off a new addition to their crowd-surveillance toolbox: mobile facial-recognition units mounted on eyeglasses. China is already a global [...]
China Leading Way With Facial-Recognition Eyewear for Police Police in China have introduced mobile facial-recognition units that can be mounted right on officers' glasses. With the high-tech spy specs, China — already a leader in deploying spying technologies based on artificial intelligence — could expand [...]
Schneider Kreuznach is the abbreviated name of the company Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH, which is sometimes also simply referred to as Schneider. They are a manufacturer of industrial and photographic optics.
The company was founded on 18 January 1913 by Joseph Schneider as Optische Anstalt Jos. Schneider & Co. at Bad Kreuznach in Germany. The company changed its name to Jos. Schneider & Co., Optische Werke, Kreuznach in 1922, and to the current Jos. Schneider Optische Werke GmbH in 1998.
The company is known partly for its many innovative lens designs over the course of its existence. In 2001, Schneider received an Oscar for Technical Achievement for their Super-Cinelux motion picture lenses. They are best known as manufacturers of high-quality large format lenses for...
If you read back to the 90 ‘s of the last century of VR, you will find the meaning of the word is quite wide: from film to the virtual space of the genius mowers stimulation system, to 3D model on the screen, nothing. However the development today, VR is simple: except in certain specific circumstances, equate it with everything you see in a VR headset device. With the VR headset device went on sale, and their differences become clear. A convex lens, a piece of cardboard, and acts as a screen of a smart phone, just make a simple VR. All glasses case such as Google Cardboard, but existed long before the publication of this idea in Google, just Google their Cardboard package is... Although not all entry-level devices to imitate Google, but compatibility comparable with Cardboard. This means that both the Android or iOS systems, they can use and VR applications.
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Magic LeapMagic Leap on Wednesday revealed the name and design of its smart glasses.The company says the hardware will ship in 2018.Magic Leap didn't announce a price.Magic Leap updated its website on Wednesday morning, revealing its highly anticipated augmented-reality smart glasses for the first time.Billed as the Magic Leap One Creator Edition, the smart glasses feature an array of sensors on the front, connected via a wire to a battery and computing pack designed to be worn on the belt,...
Magic Leap has been promising to deliver an advanced augmented reality system for years, and now the company is finally giving us a look at the Magic Leap One headset, along with a promise that it’ll ship a “Creator Edition” of the headset for developers in 2018.The company has raised nearly $2 billion from investors so far, but Magic Leap has been fairly secretive about its hardware… until now.There still aren’t a lot of technical details about the Magic Leap One system, but Rolling...
Is the world ready for augmented reality glasses? More importantly, perhaps, are augmented reality glasses manufacturers ready? Having tried the latest attempt at the segment, Rokid’s Glass, at CES 2018 this week I’m pretty confident in saying the answer is “kinda, maybe.”At first glance there’s a lot to recommend them. Where most augmented reality wearables – Microsoft HoloLens, Meta’s AR system, and others – look like huge, clunky visors, Rokid’s is more akin to a set of chunky sunglasses....