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Pivothead video sunglasses get SMART with live streaming and modular architecture

By - January 12, 2014 5 Pictures
Already one of the most intriguing combinations of sunglasses and camera technology available, Pivothead glasses just got a little SMARTer. The Pivothead SMART debuted at CES 2014, combining 1080p filming with a new suite of wearable technologies. They allow you to live-stream video, take snapshots and control filming remotely with a smartwatch or mobile device. Read More
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The Notch wearable sensor can track the way you move

By - January 8, 2014 11 Pictures
Ever wanted to gauge how much power you can pack into a right hook? If you could wear a sensor network, capable of recording, replaying and analyzing how you moved, it would be a simple thing to figure out. That's what Stepan Boltalin set out to create with Notch, a sensor that you can attach to your clothes at specific points to capture your body's movement data in 3D. Read More
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Netatmo's JUNE bracelet adds touch of style to UV monitoring

By - January 6, 2014 10 Pictures
There's no doubt that UV-monitoring wristbands like the UVeBand and UVA+B Sunfriend are a good idea for those spending some time in the sun. But most favor function over fashion, which is why Netatmo, a company known for its range of weather stations, has launched JUNE, a UV-tracking bracelet and accompanying app aimed at helping users to better manage their sun exposure and look fashionable doing it. Read More
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iOptik augmented reality contact lens prototype to be unveiled at CES

By - January 6, 2014 6 Pictures
Though most of the attention surrounding the race to commercialize connected eyewear has focused on Google Glass, a lesser known player has been quietly toiling away. At CES this week, Washington-based company Innovega will be showcasing its first fully-functioning prototypes of iOptik, an augmented reality system which projects a heads-up display onto contact lenses. Read More
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Review: Google Glass Explorer Edition 2.0

By - January 4, 2014 25 Pictures
When Google first told us about Glass back in 2012, it was very much an unattainable product of the future. Hell, it even had a futuristic-sounding name: Project Glass. Yet here we are, less than two years later, and countless folks have plunked down a cool US$1,500 for the Explorer version of Google's smart glasses. That future may still be in beta, but it's here nonetheless. Join Gizmag, as we review the Google Glass Explorer Edition 2.0. Read More
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