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APX Labs Enterprise Software for Smart Glasses and Myo Armband

10/17/2014, APX Labs are the developer of the Skylight Platform, a software that companies use to create smart glasses applications. During a briefing at DreamForce conference, APX Labs CEO Brian Ballard showed me a demo of the integration of an application for...

Vuzix Smart Glasses Get Offline Nuance Voice Control

09/24/2014, Vuzix is a name that I am quite sure many of us are familiar with now, where they happen to deliver a range of video eyewear as well as smart glasses, targeting the consumer, commercial and entertainment markets. Well, today marks the release of OS 2.0,...

NTT docomo’s Vuzix M100 Hands-On

09/30/2013, [CEATEC 2013] We spent some time with the Vuzix M100 smart glasses before the super long queues were formed, and here are some of our impressions on it. The hardware is based off the Vuzix M100 of course, but the software was powered by NTT docomo. We...

Vuzix And NTT DoCoMo Will Feature M100 Smart Glasses At CEATEC 2013

09/26/2013, Vuzix and NTT DoCoMo will team up at CEATEC 2013 that is set to happen next week, where they will let the curious masses check out the M100 smart glasses. That would certainly give the folks over at Google something to think about, wouldn’t you say so?...

Metaio And Vuzix Showcases AR-Ready Smart Glasses

06/03/2013, Earlier this morning, we read about how Metaio, having launched their augmented reality SDK in just less than two years ago, have already successfully surpassed the 50,000 developer mark – and still counting, of course. Having said that, you might...

Vuzix WRAP 1200AR Eyewear Released

02/12/2013, Vuzix eyewear announced the release of its new line of eyewear today. The WRAP 1200AR might just be the coolest Augmented Reality eyewear yet to hit the stores: “We are excited to be shipping these new digital ARglasses, offering a huge 75-inch...

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses

01/06/2013, [CES 2013] Getting in onto the smart glasses game would be Vuzix, a company that has made a name for itself in the wearable display category in recent years. Well, this time around, Vuzix has rolled out the M100 Smart Glasses, where Vuzix touts it to be...

Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 Wants In On High Tech Wearable Glasses

11/14/2012, Google’s augmented reality Project Glass eyewear definitely captured the imagination of millions around the world when it was launched at the Google I/O Conference held earlier this year, but the price of the Project Glass has proved to be prohibitive...

Vuzix VR Manager 4 software upgrade launched

12/19/2011, Vuzix has gone ahead to roll out their VR Manager 4, where this software upgrade will enable Vuzix VR users to create extensions which will add 3D stereoscopic video capability as well as head tracking support to a host of Direct X and Open GL...

Vuzix Wrap 920 Video Eyewear receives price cut for Cyber Monday

11/22/2011, Interested in watching 3D content without having to invest in an expensive 3D display set up? Well the folks over at Vuzix Corporation have got a surprise in store for you. The company has announced that it will be selling its award-winning Wrap 920 Video...

Vuzix Wrap 1200VR Video Eyewear lets you game in 3D

09/19/2011, Remember the Vuzix Warp 1200 3D that was released last month? Well, Vuzix has decided to release an updated version of the cinema-in-your-glasses experience with the launch of its Wrap 1200VR. Designed especially for gaming, it features a 16:9 widescreen,...

Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear immerses you in video

08/11/2011, What’s better than having a 75″ 3D TV in your living room? A large 75″ 3D display that you can bring around with you of course! And that’s what the folks at Vuzix thought when they created the Wrap 1200. Looking and weighing like a...

US military to make use of special eyewear for calling in airstrikes

04/11/2011, Airstrikes are deadly when used effectively and precisely. Calling down airstrikes in a wrong location could result in civilian casualties and even friendly fire. The military has been looking for more accurate and effective ways to call in air weaponry....