http://www.fitovers.com Fitovers Eyewear™ is pleased to announce the launch of a new "Virtual Try On" application, in order to see how Fitovers™ sunglasses ...
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A Definitive Gift Guide For Summer '18 both silver and gold, these glasses, which are reminiscent of the '90s, are the perfect look for summer, whether you'll need a prescription, or are looking for some new sunglasses. Since BonLook only has physical stores in Canada, they offer [...]
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At Snapchat, Redrawing the Bounds of Reality Unlike virtual reality, which demands that the natural world be forfeited for seductive ones and zeros, the allure of augmented reality is a kind of perceptual truce, with our digital preoccupations layered harmoniously atop the natural landscape. The [...]
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Mixed reality: How augmented & virtual worlds will collide | Big Think It's the dawn of a new age. AI, VR, and robotics are creating the future that science-fiction writers have dreamed about. [...]
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Disney should own theme parks' VR and AR-infused future Moving it from shopping centers directly into the theme parks, with additional franchises and scenarios, will give more consumers the chance to try it, helping the company to perfect it. Anyone who runs through Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire at The [...]
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PlayStation VR to get over 50 games in 2016 120 frames per second, 18ms latency and a high refresh rate deliver smooth visuals and a good VR experience. Facebook-owned virtual reality start Oculus ... "It needs to be available everywhere, to try out in shops, before it can become a consumer success ... [...]
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PlayStation VR Headset to Launch this October for $399 Try Newsweek for only $1.25 per week The ... House also says that the headset is capable of playing games at 120 frames per second with minimum latency to keep the gamers immersed in the virtual worlds. The final version of the headset, which also made ... [...]
PlayStation VR It's comparatively light and the large visor, we're assured, can accommodate even large glasses frames ... will offer a smorgasbord of virtual reality taster experiences just to get you into PlayStation VR. I only got to try one of these minigames ... [...]
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The best sunglasses for every face shape — and how to figure out which one you are Have a look at each shape's description, figure out which frames you like most, and go about buying a pair from there. If you're having a difficult time deciding which face shape you are, try consulting Ray-Ban's virtual mirror or Sunglass Hut's Face Shape ... [...]
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Buying Glasses Online The fun part about this online store is that they have virtual try on, which is very cool. Coastal: for a big selection of glasses this is the best retailer. They offer frames from every face shape in various colors. One thing that attracts their ... [...]
Vuzix, a Rochester, New York-based display provider, has been trying to resurrect the promise of Google Glass for years now, but this year’s iteration finally feels ready. The company’s new product, called the Vuzix Blade, was unveiled at CES this week in Las Vegas. It’s a pair of augmented reality smart glasses that float a screen in the upper right corner of your vision. But unlike previous iterations, in which the technology protruded in ugly and apparent fashion, the Blade is the first...
TORONTO, Nov. 21, 2017 /CNW/ - Hakim Optical is proud to announce the launch of its Virtual Try-On application, available today for iOS, Android, and desktop platforms. This first-in-Canada experience – the launch of which coincides with Hakim's 80-per-cent-off Black Friday sale – leverages augmented reality (AR) technology to allow users to try on different pairs of glasses in real time using their smartphone or computer. To use the Hakim Optical Virtual Try-On app on your mobile device,...
Interaxon started out developing wearables like its Muse headband meditation tool, and it’s now applying its learnings to virtual reality. Its new Muse Virtual Reality aftermarket add-ons will attach to the HTC Vive and Samsung Gear VR headsets to pick up users’ brainwaves and collect information about how they’re reacting to stimuli. The company is planning on sending out software development kits to developers in Q2 of this year, and rolling it out to markets in Q4.Like Interaxon’s Muse...