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Stylish smart glasses are coming thanks to Vuzix, hipsters rejoice

Stylish smart glasses are coming thanks to Vuzix, hipsters rejoice

By 15 January 2014

Vuzix has reached a deal with an unnamed major electronics company that will lead to smart glasses that actually look good. At the moment even Google Glass looks a bit silly. As does the Vuzix M100 that's currently available. The problem right now is... >>

Vuzix V720 video headphones combo puts a 720p 3D screen on your face

Vuzix V720 video headphones combo puts a 720p 3D screen on your face

By 3 January 2014

Vuzix has just won a 2014 CES Innovation Award for its new V720 video headphones. This gorgeous looking headset offers headphone sound while plonking two screens at 720p right in front of your eyes. The dual screens are housed in a visor that lets you... >>

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses go on sale to the public today - beating Google Glass

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses go on sale to the public today - beating Google Glass

By 3 December 2013

Vuzix has today announced that its M100 smartglasses will be on sale to the public, making them the world’s first. It certainly puts the glasses in public hands ahead of Google’s Glass which is still available only to developers, although they can... >>

Metaio unveils the world's first AR car manual with Google Glass (Update)

Metaio unveils the world's first AR car manual with Google Glass (Update)

By 18 September 2013

UPDATE: The video has been removed by Metaio as this was a proof-of-concept that was not sanctioned by the car company featured. Gone are the days of digging around in your glove box for you car manual to find where the washer fluid should go - thanks... >>

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses start to ship in race to beat Google Glass to market, to developers initially

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses start to ship in race to beat Google Glass to market, to developers initially

By 7 March 2013

Vuzix has started to deliver its M100 Smart Glasses into the hands of its Gold developer partners. Over the next 30 days, all developers on the programme will have received a pair, so can work on applications for the wearable display device. Like Google... >>

Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 for iPhone and Android to be CES hit, Google Glass fight begins

Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 for iPhone and Android to be CES hit, Google Glass fight begins

By 14 November 2012

Google Glass may be getting all the headlines, but Vuzix has been dabbling in the augmented reality glasses market for years now. It already has a number of products in its Smart Glasses range, and all manner of other video eyewear too - some offering... >>

Vuzix teams up with Nokia for Terminator style AR glasses

Vuzix teams up with Nokia for Terminator style AR glasses

By 6 January 2012

Vuzix, the video eyewear specialist who was behind the funky Wrap 1200 specs that we saw at IFA last year, has announced the Smart Glasses tech that it will be showing off at CES next week. The tech means Terminator-style Augmented Reality glasses which... >>

Augmented reality glasses as rudimentary as they were 15 years ago

Augmented reality glasses as rudimentary as they were 15 years ago

By 15 September 2011

Augmented reality glasses still have a long way to go. That’s the feeling of Michael Gervautz, an industry veteran of 15 years and the man heading up Qualcomm’s Augmented Reality Department in Europe. Michael Gervautz says that he has yet to see a... >>

Vuzix Wrap 1200 specs get IFA debut

Vuzix Wrap 1200 specs get IFA debut

By 1 September 2011

Sony is the only one making video glasses. Vuzix who’ve been doing it for some time and supply video glasses to the military have also announced new video eyewear at IFA in Berlin, Germany. The new Wrap 1200 offers a 16:9 widescreen display equivalent... >>

Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D video eyewear coming to UK

Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D video eyewear coming to UK

By 11 August 2011

Vuzix, the company that manufactures video eyewear with individual screens in each lens, has announced a new, improved model, the Wrap 1200, that offers 3D, 16:9 widescreen and an equivalent display screensize of 75-inches (as if you were sitting 10 feet... >>