The Blade AR glasses fix Google Glass’ big problems




The Vuzix Blade AR glasses are the next-gen Google Glass we’ve all been waiting for. These $1000, Alexa-enabled smart glasses feel like the first fully baked AR product since the failure…

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The Blade AR glasses fix Google Glass’ big problems

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  1. Realistically I can't see a lot of real-world use for this tech. If this acting as only a camera/hud display for say breaking news (think dues ex) and was inexpensive maybe. Realistically though what advantage to viewing a web browser in your glasses offer that doing so on a phone does not. It just sounds…kinda inconvenient and possibly dangerous? While gesturing sounds neat and all how many people are going to feel comfortable waving their hands about in public and speaking to invisible voices in their glasses? There's also the downsides to this…which have been discussed with google glasses. You know the old invasion of privacy thing. ETC ETC.

  2. If you reach out your finger and interact with the screen by touching the air, would you not need to keep your head completely steady? What would happen if you move your head while your finger is interacting?

  3. Make it project two images to provide the illusion of 3d like VR does and then have gesture controls finely tuned to the distance the image appears to be at, and then include some sort of touch feedback (Even if I have to wear a glove) and then you have the perfect AR glasses. Don't do smell and taste, that's just a bad idea.

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