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Apple AR Headset

Bloomberg: Apple will launch an AR headset within three years

November 8th, 2017

Following months of speculation regarding Apple’s supposed interest in developing a standalone augmented reality device, Bloomberg published a report on Wednesday indicating that Apple plans to have the technology ready for an AR headset by 2019, with the intent to ship a product to consumers as early as 2020. According to the report, Apple’s AR …

Apple Glasses

It looks like Apple’s next big thing after the iPhone is beginning to take shape

November 7th, 2017

Catcher Technology, a Taiwanese company which supplies metal frames and casings for Apple devices such as the iPhone, iPad and MacBook, has been tapped to make metal components for augmented reality devices, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. Catcher CEO Allen Horng declined to name the company responsible for the order, but this report will inevitably stir …

Video Baby Gets Glasses Reaction

Watch a baby’s adorable reaction to being able to see clearly for the first time

July 14th, 2015

We often forget how miraculous glasses are until we see a baby with poor vision trying them on for the first time. Proud mother Jessica Sinclair recently posted a heartwarming video on her Facebook page of her 11-month-old daughter Piper trying on glasses for the first time. The baby girl is apparently extremely far-sighted, so this occasion …

Google to sell Android-based heads-up display glasses by year’s end

February 22nd, 2012

The New York Times claims to have confirmed previous rumors stating that Google is developing Android-based glasses with a built-in heads-up display (HUD). While earlier rumors suggested that the glasses were not ready for a mass roll out, the Times quotes unnamed Google employees who said “the glasses will go on sale to the public by …

Google to launch pilot program for Android-based HUD glasses

February 6th, 2012

Google has reportedly been hard at work developing glasses with a built-in heads-up display (HUD) on one lens. The glasses reportedly look very similar to Oakley’s Thump sunglasses, which allowed users to load songs onto a small flash drive and listen to tunes through integrated ear buds. According to 9to5Google, the glasses will be equipped …