In Google’s vision of the future, your phone is your guide to the physical world around you. Information should auto-populate your device based on where you are, and what you’re doing. Google Now is the perfect example of how this philosophy can be implemented to boost productivity, while Niantic Lab’s new Field Trip application shows ... Read More »
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Normally I’m a big proponent of emerging advancements in the technology industry. I lust after the latest gadget out there, and welcome technological innovations that will better my everyday life. When Google first took the wraps off of Project Glass, the project that will soon make augmented reality glasses…umm, a reality, I was excited for ... Read More »
Google’s Project Glass is the team quietly working on Google’s augmented-reality glasses project, which will provide users with smartphone functionality without the smartphone. On it’s Google+ brand page, the Project Glass team has announced that the glasses are real, and have begun testing at Google HQ.
While it’ll still be months (or ... Read More »
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Next week at CES we are sure to see some new Android smartphones, tablets, and TVs, but we also expect to see some awesome accessories. One company we definitely want to check out is Vuzix, who will be unveiling their SMART Glasses Technology. High prices and bulky designs have slowed the adoption of wearable displays ... Read More »
Thought that the HTC EVO 3D was going to take the stage this year? Well, LG might just be the one to bring a device that will be directly competing with Sprint’s highly anticipated EVO 3D. LG Electronics and Wikitude (Augmented Reality Pioneer) have just announced that the LG Optimus 3D (which ... Read More »
After a mediocre showing at CES, Qualcomm appears poised to finally show off some some of their customer’s Android devices which feature the new dual-core Snapdragons. Some users have complained that there are not enough apps to take full advantage of the faster application processors, but Qualcomm will be demoing what they call “the most ... Read More »
Qualcomm recently introduced their Augmented Reality platform and SDK in order to enable the next generation of vision-based augmented reality applications for Android. The company is sponsoring a $200k developer challenge to encourage the use of their new platform and teamed with Mattel to demo the technology.
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