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To 3D Or Not To 3D: Buy The Right Mission: Impossible - Fallout Ticket After proceeding across that rubicon, thoughts of so many perfectly potential 3D moments in the past five films filled my mind. What if Ethan threw his sunglasses from Mission: Impossible 2 into the audience? Would the CIA vault scene in Mission [...]
Materialise and BASF Future Leaders in Customized 3D Printed Eyewear The global eyewear market is a $180 billion market dominated by one company Luxottica. If we look at today's deal whereby BASF is investing $25 million in Materialise we could see this as a deal to industrialize 3D printing for many products. But [...]
Automatic Sunglasses, No Battery! There are some projects that are so simple they require very little description, and [Bobricius's] automatic sunglasses definitely fit into that category. Their story starts with the fad for 3D displays a few years ago, a resurfacing of the movie [...]
This company wants to use holograms to improve medical research However, the tech company Looking Glass is offering what it's calling a better solution for bringing 3D objects to the real world: holograms. Starting “You don't have to put glasses on,” Frayne said in an interview with during a demo of the [...]
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His goal, he said, was “to pursue as yet unseen and unknown beauty created from A Piece of Cloth”, using computer technology developed by the Japanese label to create clothing from a single piece of material. The technique, called “3D Steam Stretch”, uses steam to shrink clothes in the oven. The result was an other-wordly and harmonious collection of colourful garments that created optical illusions with harmonious winding pleats. The brand’s Autumn-Winter collection was centred around crisp, dark silhouettes, designed to embody the modern Parisian with a rebellious streak. Bold colours were splashed on clean shapes and many of the models wore sunglasses giving the collection a wearable vibe that belied its skyscraper heels.
Such is the case with VR headsets ever since Google delivered its cardboard VR goggles during an event a couple years back. The idea was simple, yet produced some of the best marketing the company could buy – this, after the horrid introduction of Google Glass. Google still offers its original design and Google Cardboard has become the official name. The company recently announced that it will make them available to all through its online store for $15 or two for $25. But, VR: Is it the next CB Radio craze, or just a fad looking for a hobbyist. I recently had the chance to test VR SHINECON Virtual Reality Headset to get my taste of VR capabilities using set of goggles designed specifically for housing a smartphone to deliver the experience.
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PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT: Astro Gaming Scout Backpack sunglasses, handhelds, and your headset of choice. To keep you comfortable as you transport your rig, the Scout features a lycra-bonded EVA panel padded backing and dual layered padded ballistic nylon shoulder straps with 3D mesh. The scout also includes a ... [...]
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Vuzix to Showcase new M300 Smart Glasses and iWear at WTS 2016 Vuzix a supplier of video eyewear and smart glasses products in the consumer ... interact with apps, watch 2D, 3D and 360°VR movies and even fly drones. With an integrated rechargeable battery the iWear Video Headphones are completely portable so users ... [...]
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MasterCard and Parsons let you pay with shoe, sunglasses, handshake This could be open sourced to allow multiple eyewear designers to install the payment capabilities ... it goes beyond just producing apparel (which these days includes 3D printing prototypes), and into actually incorporating technology into the designs. [...]
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Amber Rose flaunts her ample cleavage and famous curves in skintight bronze jumpsuit as she promotes her latest venture at SXSW Amber Rose is known for her bold ways, and she made sure to let it show while promoting Zoobe, 3D animated message app Zoobe. She worked a form fitted taupe halter along with a gold choker and geometric square sunglasses. We are in love with her unique ... [...]
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Vuzix To Showcase New M300 Smart Glasses And IWear At The Wearable Technology Show 2016 OXFORD, United Kingdom, March 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Vuzix® Corporation (NASDAQ: VUZI), ("Vuzix" or, the "Company"), a leading supplier of video eyewear and smart glasses ... interact with apps, watch 2D, 3D and 360° VR movies and even fly drones. [...]
1 week agoAlthough it's only been a year since we were last treated to a Star Wars movie thanks to Rogue One, it's been double that time since we left off with the players of the new main trilogy. Picking up immediately after The Force Awakens, Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now playing in theaters, and it leaves the galaxy far, far away in an intriguing place that we'll return to in Episode IX. But for right now, one of the questions you may be asking yourself going into The Last Jedi is what...
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- High TV, the world's most extensive 4K content provider, announced a suite of technological advances at the 2018 CES convention today. In addition to its current offering of 4K and 3D content, over the next months they will be rolling out glasses free 3D content and holographic content to its worldwide audience. The company also presented the upcoming release of SuchApp its realtime messaging app that brings cryptocurrency into the messaging...
On business trips, Pete Jameson gets odd looks from fellow airplane passengers when he's in his seat typing on a keyboard with no screen to be seen.But Jameson is looking at a jumbo-size display, thanks to augmented reality glasses that project images for his eyes only. His headset looks like slightly oversized sunglasses and what he sees is not visible to others.Jameson is chief operating officer of ODG, one of a host of companies pursuing the emerging market of augmented reality, or AR,...