Get yourself a pair: http://tiny.cc/o9ttiw It's the perfect camera for many situations. Having both hands free while shooting exactly where and what you want to ...
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Tencent made smart glasses that look like Snap Spectacles - The ... Tencent, China's biggest tech company, has made its own pair of video-recording sunglasses this week that bear a slight resemblance to Snap's Spectacles. [...]
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Tencent is set to launch its own smart glasses According to Tencent, the camera on the device will be 8-megapixels and can shoot in 720p or 1080p HD resolution. The smart glasses are expected to encourage users to record more short videos to upload to Weishi, Tencent's short-video app-based [...]
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ThirdEye partners with Moyan Technology in China for a long term partnership to deploy ~50000 Smart Glasses into ... ThirdEye & Moyan will be deploying the X2/X3 Smart Glasses & ThirdEye Remote Help & ScanEye 3D platforms. In the form factor of nearly a pair of sunglasses, the ThirdEye Smart Glasses have ~45 degree field of view, 1080p Full HD Resolution, [...]
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Kip Kedersha, better known as Kipkay is an American author of how-to videos. As of 2008, Kip Kedersha is the all-time top-grossing Metacafe user with earning more than $120,000 for his series of instructional videos. The series broadcast on the internet and premiered on August 12, 2007. So far, 188 episodes have been made and the show can be found on distribution channels including YouTube and Blip. Kipkay's videos can be grouped into categories of pranks, D.I.Y, how-to, and hacks.
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Thursday morning I headed out to pick my dad up at the train station at 10:30 – he had flown CVG-CDG and taken the train in. We dropped off his bags at my apartment and caught up a little bit before going out to explore. Mathias was going to meet us for lunch at a bouchon Lyonnais in Vieux Lyon. We got there a little before and my dad wanted to try out the funicular so we did a quick round trip and caught up with Mathias and walked to the bouchon. A bouchon Lyonnais is a restaurant that specializes in traditional cuisine from Lyon, a lot of which is really hard to find anywhere else. Also, bouchon means a bottle cap and nobody I’ve talked to can really explain why that is. The meal was interesting to say the least. I’ll eat anything but my dad and I split an andouillette (not pictured), which is pig intestines and that tasted and smelled pretty strange.
My first impression is that Sony has created a very small form digital single lens camera. The swiveling rear LCD combination viewfinder / monitor is really very sharp and offers a decent view even in moderate sunlight. The electronic eyelevel viewfinder may not be quite the same as the view through a direct view prism, but it was more than sufficient. I liked the eyelevel finder’s artificial horizon display which helped me keep the camera level while handheld. The rear LCD displayed relevant settings information as a border all the way around the live image view. The live image switches from the rear LCD to the eyelevel finder when the camera’s sensors detect that you have raised the camera to.
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Sporty sunglasses that record HD video (VIDEO) iVue on the other hand are sporty sunglasses with interchangeable lenses with a little camera built in between the eyes. The camera records in HD video at 1080P/30fps and 720P/30fps and 60fps. A tiny button on the side of the frame allows you to start and ... [...]
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007 Best Bond Gifts and Gadgets Now, with these Spy sunglasses, you can use the 5MP camera to record 1080p HD video for up to 150 minutes, or take photographs, all while sipping your Pina Colada at the beach. No secret agent would be worth their salt unless they could synchronise their ... [...]
LG 360 VR Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET They almost look like glasses without see-through lenses. Inside the LG 360 VR are dual 1080p OLED screens, both independently focus-adjustable. LG says it's like a "130-inch TV from 2 meters away," which isn't exactly an ideal metaphor for virtual reality. [...]
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Ever since Google Glass, companies have been pushing to make a better pair of smart glasses. It appears that developer Vuzix may have hit on the right idea with a pair that could pass as a normal pair of sunglasses.The Vuzix Blade is designed to be an average pair of sunglasses, capable of adding prescription lenses. Hiding within the three-ounce frames, however, is a quad-core ARM CPU, and an 8-megapixel camera boasting 1080p video capabilities. And, one of the more interesting additions to...
If the mass market is going to be successfully sold on the idea of wearing augmented reality glasses, it could do worse than look to Lumus for design inspiration. The transparent display firm is showing off its latest hardware at CES 2018 this week, flush from a recent deal with Taiwanese manufacturing heavyweight – and, conspicuously, Apple partner – Quanta. If you’ve been waiting (semi) patiently for consumer AR to arrive in a less geeky form-factor, there’s some good news. Out in the...
The point of an emerging tech is that it needs to, at some point, hit the next plateau. The emphasis on when is less of a timeframe and more of a destination. Glancing at the significant trends (read emerging tech) from the past few Consumer Electronics Shows in Las Vegas, a few of the technologies have graduated, and a few are still waiting to grow.Augmented reality is one of those ready to move to the next step.The trend has been underscored by the popularity of virtual reality, something...