Items tagged with Oakley

It's not hard to find wearables that have a huge focus on fitness, but it can be hard finding one that's worth actually purchasing. If you're serious about fitness, and like using modern technology to help you improve your workouts, then you're going to want to pay attention to the new Radar Pace from Oakley (made in cooperation with Intel and Luxottica). At $450, Oakley's Radar Pace glasses are not designed for those who are casual about fitness. Instead, they are geared towards those who enjoy the myriad of stats and recommendations that will come from the product's software. They're also suitable for anyone who wants to adopt a slight cyborg aesthetic. These glasses have more than just... Read more...
If the one thing that's holding you back from adopting Google Glass and joining the wearable computing market is the lack of trendy designs, you're in luck. Google is teaming up with The Luxottica Group, a company that specializes in luxury and sports eyewear. While you may not have heard of Luxottica, there's a good chance you're familiar with at least one of its brands, which includes Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue-Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikkli, and Arnette. This partnership marks the latest effort by Google to make its Glass platform trendy and hip. You may recall that earlier this year, Google launched the Titanium Collection, and if you fast forward to today, Google says there are... Read more...
Oakley is hopping on board the 3D bandwagon with the introduction of the "world's first" optically correct 3D glasses. The OAKLEY 3D GASCAN glasses use the company's HDO-3D technologies to eliminate ghosting between images that reach each eye from one moment to the next. The curvature of the Oakley 3D lenses also works to minimize distractive glare. The glasses are specifically designed to deliver the best experience in cinemas that utilize passive polarization, which is the technology found in most 3D theaters. Oakley is also working with manufacturers of home 3D systems that utilize passive polarization technology. Oakley Releases World’s First Optically Correct 3D Glasses New OAKLEY... Read more...