Tagged: goggles

Magic Leap One Augmented Reality Goggles

The new reality is augmented reality and Magic Leap has been working on their own augmented reality device for a few years. The fruits of their labor have paid off and they have unveiled the “creator edition” of the Magic Leap One. This augmented reality system includes the AR goggles paired with a small external computer called the Lightpack. You also get a handheld controller. I have to say, the goggles themselves look pretty fantastic compared to the ugly offerings we normally associate with AR and VR goggles. They have a small form factor that some feared would lead to a performance loss, but by all accounts, that’s not the case. The Magic Leap One has several input modes like voice, gesture, eye tracking, and head pose. One of the cooler abilities is that it can map persistent objects onto the environment, so if you place an object...

Recon Instruments: Display in Ski Goggles for Skiers, Snowboarders – CES 2012

Recon Instruments: Display in Ski Goggles for Skiers, Snowboarders – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSA heads up display in your goggles for skiers? That is what Recon Instruments is working on. These goggles won a CES innovation award. It’s a pair of goggles, but it tells you a lot more. “This is our Mod Live.” Mark says. “It’s an Android based unit. It provides skiiers, snowboarders, snowmobiles, anyone with real time data – speed, vertical decent, distance traveled, altitude.” Find Recon Instruments through Amazon Mod Live also ships with a variety of apps, including buddy tracker, navigation, points of interest. It has caller ID, and playlist to know what you are hearing. The GPS data keeps you informed. There is even a vitals monitor for you to check your heart rate of that last jump. They don’t make the goggles – they make the technology. They have some manufacturers, and are soon partnering with others. The...

GPS Goggles by Recon Instruments

GPS Goggles by Recon Instruments

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSRecon Instruments makes a pair of goggles called Transcend. They are GPS enabled goggles that track your movements. Just connect via USB and get your data. You even have a small LCD display to get maps and data. Bluetooth or wireless connection to camera can help you record your trips. This device is available, but the newest version will be available by late 2011. Interview by Esbjorn Larsen Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

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