Alternative products to Intel Vaunt

22 alternative and related 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

MicroAcquire
Promoted
A free & anonymous startup acquisition marketplace
22 Alternatives to Intel Vaunt

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!

get it
Around the web
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.
17 Alternatives to Spectacles

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

get it
Around the web
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.
26 Alternatives to Magic Leap One

Focals are custom-built glasses with a transparent holographic display only you can see. Focals let you see and respond to texts, get turn-by-turn directions, check the weather, request an Uber, talk to Amazon Alexa and more — all without looking away from your surroundings or calling attention to yourself.

Pre-order now: shop.bynorth.com

Around the web
CNBC
Google and Intel made smart glasses - Google Glass and Vaunt - but neither product took off with consumers. Now, a start-up called North, formally Thalmic Labs, is introducing a pair of smart glasses that it thinks will appeal to the masses because the design looks so similar to normal glasses.
Engadget
"Focals are a pair of everyday smart glasses that are designed from the eyewear-first perspective," Stephen Lake, North's CEO and co-founder, told Engadget. "We realized that it can't be like previous approaches of smart glasses, where they try to stick a computer or tech on your face."
Techvibes
Wearables; the mention of the word evokes something different in everyone, whether it's a sleek metal watch that tracks heartbeats while streaming Spotify, or a bulky pair of goggles that any person-a techie or not-wouldn't be caught dead wearing in...
The Globe and Mail
A once-sawdust-ridden corner of a former woodworking shop in Waterloo, Ont., is now a tightly sealed laboratory where even a single speck of dust is considered a threat to the big gamble that one of the region's highest-profile technology companies is undertaking.
Twitter
KW is a hub for innovators & tech companies - and @focalsbynorth is a prime example. Congratulations to the entire team on your launch. https://t.co/dXKe9icchJ
Uncrate
If smart eyewear can achieve mainstream success, it might be through this new release from North. Focals are their augmented reality eyewear without a screen and instead rely on light that filters through a holographic lens with a display that...
VentureBeat
Well-financed wearables company Thalmic Labs is no more - the Canadian startup today announced that it will henceforth be known as North. But more important than that, Thalmic Labs North finally unveiled its second product: holographic smart glasses.
Wareable
While Silicon Valley shoots for total mixed reality immersion, the 500-person strong North (previously Thalmic Labs) has spent five years building Focals, a pair of stylish, everyday smartglasses. Focals are in many ways what you wanted Google Glass to be. They use an invisible holographic display that can show subtle overlays like...
12 Alternatives to Focals by North
Show 17 more
Discover your next favorite thing

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.