Alternative products to Intel Vaunt

Intel Vaunt

Smart Glasses that look normal

These aren't another weird Google Glass => they have a retinal projection to put a display in your actual eyeball. Super light, not creepy, and definitely the future

13 alternative and related products to Intel Vaunt

Spectacles

Embedded camera sunglasses by Snapchat

Capture amazing stories for your friends, for memories and for Snapchat, just the way you see them! Spectacles are innovative glasses with circle camera to let you see everything in front of your gaze, so you can rotate your phone while watching and never miss a thing! They come with a charging case so you cannot run out of battery! Smile, snap!

Engadget
Part of that strategy has been how Snapchat has dealt with the media around this launch. Which is to say, it mostly hasn't. Usually the release of a high-profile gadget is accompanied by a wave of reviews. But that didn't happen this time.
Recode
One week ago, I had virtually zero interest in owning a pair of Snap Spectacles, the company's new video-recording sunglasses. On Saturday, I contemplated the six-hour drive from San Francisco to LA to buy a pair out of a vending machine. What a difference a week can make.
Time
British surgeon Shafi Ahmed he plans to beam his avatar into operating rooms with so-called immersive technology using Snapchat glasses.
11 Alternatives to Spectacles

Magic Leap One

Super stealthy AR startup reveals its first product

Magic Leap Creator Edition is the first product revealed from the super stealthy AR startup. The Creator Edition includes a headset, lightpack, and control.

MIT Technology Review
Brian Ach | Getty Images Magic Leap, an augmented-reality startup that has raised close to $2 billion without even publicly demonstrating a product, is pulling back the curtains a bit-on its website, at least. The company now says it will release a headset next year for developers, though it still won't divulge how much it will cost or when, exactly, it will… See more
Business Insider
Magic Leap revealed the name and design of its smart glasses on Wednesday. The company says that the hardware will ship in 2018. Magic Leap didn't announce a price. Magic Leap updated its website on Wednesday morning, revealing its highly anticipated augmented reality smart glasses for the first time.
Rolling Stone
Magic Leap today revealed a mixed reality headset that it believes reinvents the way people will interact with computers and reality. Unlike the opaque diver's masks of virtual reality, which replace the real world with a virtual one, Magic Leap's device, called Lightwear, resembles goggles, which you can see through as if wearing a special pair of glasses.
Product Hunt
Today Magic Leap, the super stealthy startup that raised nearly $2B in funding (!!!) just revealed its 14 Alternatives to Magic Leap One

Felix Gray Computer Glasses

Non-prescription glasses for people who stare at screens.

Are you engaged to your computer, tablet, phone or books? And do you often feel eye strain, headache and blurred vision? If yes, then you should consider getting some of these Felix Gray Computer Glasses. They have an anti-glare coating, blue light filter and magnification to help your eye muscles.

Digitaljournal
New York, NY - With today’s workforce leaning more towards the usage of computers and mobile devices in order to complete daily tasks, there has been an increase in reports of eye strain, headaches, and more. More than 60% of all Americans report symptoms of digital eye strain.
Gear
If you experience eyestrain, computer glasses are probably worth it, but for the most part, their aesthetics have been a huge deterrent. Felix Gray is here to change that, with computer glasses that are likely to be mistaken by most people for regular prescription lenses.
live wonderfull
Now that I have two weeks of wearing Felix Gray glasses under my belt, here's what I can tell you: you need these glasses. Like, that's it, end of story. #shortestblogpostever #itsreallyatweet Okay, I'll give you a bit more to go off of before you purchase, but just trust me, get them.
Medium
That's me wearing new Felix Gray glasses. The glasses are the sexy part, not tooting my own horn here. Although I do feel mighty stylish wearing them. As far as comfort goes, my eyeballs gave me tiny hugs all throughout final exam week - dry, tired eye begone!
TechnoLeah
If you spend a lot of time working on a computer, you may be familiar with the eye strain and pain that can go along with prolonged screen use. I've experienced the sharp headaches and the dry, irritated eyes - it's awful - but for more than a month I've kept up my normal 10 to 12 hours of screen time per day with no issues at all.
11 Alternatives to Felix Gray Computer Glasses

Microsoft Hololens is a mixed-reality headset that makes it easy to integrate a digital display into real life.

TechCrunch
Today at Microsoft's BUILD keynote, AR and VR were definitely a sideshow, but the company did have some announcements related to enterprise apps on the HoloLens. The company detailed two new apps, Remote Assist and Layout which will be coming May 22.
12 Alternatives to Microsoft Hololens

Magic Leap

Lightweight wearable that brings dreams to life.

Gaurav Agrawal- Coder, Thinker, Curious observer
My money is on this :).
Gaurav Agrawal- Coder, Thinker, Curious observer
World's most secretive start-up. Magic Leap is building something similar to google's Glasses and Microsoft's Hololens. They didn't launch any product till now but you can check their site to get the glimpse of this new world. They are starting an era of AR. The use cases are eronoumus. It will change the way, how we interact with devices. Education, Health,… See more
5 Alternatives to Magic Leap

Canvia

The world's most realistic interactive art display 🖼️

Canvia uses proprietary image processing and built-in sensors that adapt curated art to your room’s ambient visual conditions and décor

The Sociable
Art is a hobby and skill dating back to human's earliest days, which has been demonstrated by simple yet captivating cave paints around the world. On the other hand, technology is a field which, in recent years, has come to dominate human attention throughout the world in numerous ways.
Yankodesign
I'm not a minimalist by far, but there's a reason the walls in my house are bare. I'm indecisive. It's the same reason I've never been able to get a tattoo. It's a commitment I can't seem to make because I don't know what my tastes and opinions will be five years down the line.
Digital Trends
Digital picture frames are pretty old news now. But a new Kickstarter campaign has our attention -- with a promise of a digital display which uses ambient light sensors and some smart tech to look indistinguishable from an actual framed work of art. You get a massive library of images, too.
Core77
Here's an interesting product that might raise some thorny copyright issues. Canvia is a digital frame that allows you to display artwork in either portrait or landscape, but what makes it different from others of its kind is that it contains built-in sensors and proprietary display software that renders its images realistic; in other words, oil paintings lo… See more
Newatlas
This 32-inch digital picture frame is designed to replicate the look of real artwork on your wall, down to the textures and brush strokes. It comes with a curated library of thousands of great works, offers the chance to support current artists, and senses ambient light to tune itself to the room.
8 Alternatives to Canvia

Aivon

Easiest way to identify an object or a person using AI

Aivon is a powerful image analysis app powered by Artificial Intelligence that enables users to understand the content of an image.

Our advanced vision-based computing capabilities tool can recognize whatever you’re looking at and offer any essential information you require.

Vodafone Social
We're back with our monthly round-up of essential downloads. Read on for all the apps you need on your home screen this July... Whether you're keen on coding, seeking a spot of nostalgia or just trying to decide where to meet your mates, we've got you covered in our monthly wrap-up of the best new apps.
Gizmodo UK
Well the nice weather stopped almost as quickly as it started, but at least we don't have to sit in our own homes moaning about how hot it is - all while drowning in a pool of our own sweat.
www.capital.bg
"Капитал" ви представя мобилните приложения, които ни направиха най-силно впечатление
Photo Club
โหลดฟรี > Aivon (สำหรับ Android) รอสักครู่ แอพจะทำการวิเคราะห์ หากรอนานเกินไป กดปิดแอพแล้วอัพโหลดรูปใหม่จะดีกว่า เตือน แอพนี้มีโฆษณาเด้งบ่อยมาก แนะนำให้กดปุ่ม back ของมือถือเพื่อออกจากโฆษณา อย่างรูปนี้ มันบอกว่ามีผู้หญิงนั่งอยู่บนโต๊ะ ..แม้ไม่ได้บอกรายละเอียดทุกอย่าง แต่ก็ถือว่าให้ข้อมูลที่ดี รูปนี้บอกว่ามีหมาสีขาวกำลังมองกล้อง รูปนี้บอกว่ามีเด็กสวมชุดสัตว์ … See more
AntyApps
Dzisiejsze technologie potrafią zadziwić. Nierzadko też są na tyle zaawansowane, że po prostu przerażają. Jednak kreatywne wykorzystanie sztucznej inteligencji i innych nowości potrafią zapewnić uśmiech na twarzach ich użytkowników, a przy okazji stać się niezwykle przydatne. Jako przykład pozwolę sobie tutaj przywołać kwestię AR czyli rozszerzonej rzeczywis… See more
Hongkiat
A rather large number of tech companies have been busy training their artificial intelligence systems to recognize objects in images. Sound though the concept is, these experiments tend to be limited strictly to web-based experiments. However, it seems that this may no longer be the case as an app called Aivon lets you have an A.I.-powered image identifier d… See more
8 Alternatives to Aivon

SmartLens

Identify and learn about any object, instantly, using AI

Using machine learning, SmartLens instantly identifies what you're looking at and delivers proactive suggestions for what you might want to do next.

If SmartLens recognizes a product, it will enable you to buy it in one tap. If it identifies an animal, landmark, food, or painting, it will show you a Wikipedia description.

KWHS
On June 10 Michael Royzen, 18, will don his cap and gown and graduate from The Bush School in Seattle, Washington. Like many of his classmates, the soon-to-be high school grad has been busy finishing up projects and finals, celebrating, and preparing for the big day.
Turn-on
Einfach die Smartphone-Kamera auf ein Objekt richten und eine intelligente Software verrät, um was es sich handelt - mit der iPhone-App SmartLens ist genau das möglich. Wie gut die Newcomer-App tatsächlich ist, und wie sie im...
GeekWire
Michael Royzen is at it again. The 18-year-old Seattle software developer and entrepreneur has created another company and today released another new app for iOS - his seventh. SmartLens is supposed to turn your smartphone into a search box, according to the description in the app store. Royzen told...
TechCrunch
A couple years ago I was eagerly expectant of an app that would identify anything you pointed it at. Turns out the problem was much harder than anyone expected - but that didn't stop high school senior Michael Royzen from trying. His app, SmartLens, attempts to solve the problem of seeing something...
8 Alternatives to SmartLens
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