Vuzix unveiled its Blade augmented reality smart glasses at the Consumer Electronics Show last year. We haven’t heard much about the device since then and some might have relegated it to the bin that’s full of devices that get shown at CES but don’t materialize. Almost a year after it was first shown off, Vuzix has now started selling the Blade AR smart glasses to the public.
Vuzix continues to spearhead the smart glasses market in the wearable technology industry, where the new M3000 smart glasses has been announced. This is the latest pair of smart glasses from Vuzix, and it is certainly worth checking out if you would like to explore the possibility of augmenting what you see with modern marvels.
And it’s a wrap! CES 2016 is over. The 49th CES has brought more attendees and attention than ever. With 170k attendees (50k from abroad) and 6000 journalists and analysts, this was the largest CES ever. It is simply impossible to see everything, but we all thrived to tell you what we thought were the most interesting, sometimes out of the box, products of the show. This is our selection, […]
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, which is the new generation of its software platform that will cater for the acclaimed Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses.
It goes without saying that when it comes to the realm of wearable technology, things certainly are heating up – with more and more companies working on a hardware release which intends to usher in a new generation of smartwatches and smart glasses. Well, Google Glass might be the de facto smart glasses representative at the moment among the players in the market, but the FUN’IKI Ambient Glasses certainly offers […]
Prescription glasses have been around for many years now, where they help correct one’s eyesight so that a person can see with perfect vision. However, there are limits to a pair of prescription glasses, as it is not a cure all. Researchers from Oxford University might have a new kind of smart glasses that could help those who suffer from severe sight loss, where these glasses will be able to […]