In this video I show you how to design and 3D print your own pair of sunglasses! You can find my design files below: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:813228.
GloNET is a virtual globe client–server system developed on Netcad 3D.
The client has stereo (anaglyph or page flipping) support for effective display with relatively weak graphics subsystems and simple stereo shutter eyeglasses or with most advanced stereo workstations.
The system's servers run on the NETGIS|Server platform. These servers can publish raster, vector and DTM elevation data. The platform complies with OGC (Open Geospatial Consortium) standards (WFS, WMS, SFS). Clients can receive the geographical data from GloNET servers, any other OGC WMS/WFS-compliant servers, or local data sets.
Eyeglasses: from 3D printing (7 g light) 14 h $160. Clin exp option may 2018
@Gandra_Goddali @harish_reddy_m_ People who have eyesight have biggest problem. 3D glasses on top of their eyeglasses.
Vuzix Showcasing iWear Technology at GDC 2016 Attending the event is video eyewear and smart glasses manufacturer Vuzix ... provide the equivalent of a 125″ TV from 10 feet and allows the wearer to watch 2D, 3D and 360-degree VR movies and even fly drones. It also includes an integrated battery ... [...]
via Consumer Electronics Net]
Vuzix to Showcase Award Winning iWear at 2016 Game Developers Conference ROCHESTER, N.Y., 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 360VR movies and even fly drones. [...]
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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 ... [...]
via International Business Times]
Snapchat could be secretly working on smart glasses Adding to the speculation is a job posting by Snapchat for a 3D computer vision engineer ... The startup company produces computer-enabled video recording eye glasses called Epiphany Eyewear. Out of 12 employees, five still work at Snapchat. [...]
via International Digital Times]
Snapchat Update Rumor: Is Snapchat Creating Smart Glasses? Snapchat also recently listed a job opening in the “Snap Lab” division for a 3D Computer Vision Engineer ... Finally, a former Michael Kors eyewear designer also joined Snapchat around the same time the company bought Vergence. Snapchat representatives ... [...]
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