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Each day, we're bombared with new transistors, faster memory, and GPUs that can crank out a few additional frames per second. And while all of these things are certainly nifty, they aren't exactly having a revolutionary impact on the whole of humanity. That's where Samsung's newest innovation comes in: it's more than a new consumer product, it's an item that's engineered to help people with disabilities. EYECAN+ is Samsung's second-generation eye mouse, which enables people with disabilities to "compose and edit documents as well as browse the web through simple eye movement."What's so special... Read more...
Vuzix is a company that's been pushing out wraparound head goggles for some time now, mostly focusing on bringing portable video right in front of your eyes. They seem a bit awkward at first, but it's the only way to experience a big screen while on an airplane, for example. Now, the next logical step is into the world of the third dimension. The company just took the wraps off of their Wrap 1200 3D Video Eyewear, described as a "plug and play" solution that features internal 16:9 displays that showcase 3D material. When you're wearing them, it's equivalent to viewing a 75" display from 10 feet.... Read more...
If you're anything like us, you spend a great deal of time looking at an LCD monitor. Every so often you'll get up the nerve to go look at an HDTV or a movie screen, but by and large your eyes stay planted on whatever monitor is connected to your rig. Myvu's hoping to give those retinas of yours a break, regardless of where you're at. The company has just introduced the Crystal EV, a "personal media viewer" that looks like a set of glasses worn by one certain Star Trek character (whom we won't mention by name). InMotion Entertainment has signed on to sell these video glasses at airport stores across... Read more...
There's no denying that the 3D arena is just blowing up these days, and Vuzix is definitely making a name for itself. The company famous for producing those wacky eye goggles has just announced that it has expanded its 3D support to include field sequential, side by side and 3 formats of anaglyph on its AV Video Eyewear products.There's also a new Auto 3D sensing feature enables Vuzix video eyewear to immediately determine a 3D video format and effortlessly configure the eyewear for 3D display of your chosen content. The 3D format upgrade and the Auto 3D feature are being added to all new iWear... Read more...