"The maker of the Blade augmented reality smart glasses and NNTC, a Dubai-based software developer, unveiled iFalcon Face Control Mobile, an app that they’re calling the world’s first fully autonomous AI-powered face recognition system. And they were able to integrate the program right onto the Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses."VIEW ARTICLE
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"Earlier this month the company announced the arrival of a DJI Drone companion app that allows both enterprise clients and consumers to control DJI brand drones without the need for a smartphone or tablet device."VIEW ARTICLE
"Spoken language is an integral part of communication and bringing real-time live multilingual transcription services to smart glasses really levels the communication playing field for everyone."
With the new solution, security guards (and anyone else carrying out perimeter access security) will wear the Vuzix Blade, which comes equipped with a camera embedded in the glasses.
The technology works best when it knows who it's looking for, like a criminal or a missing person. The glasses don't tag and store new faces.
A total of $110,000 in awards will be shared among seven winnrers, and app submissions meeting the required contest criteria will be considered for honorable mention designation -- entitling developers to reimbursement of their purchase of one set of Vuzix Blade smart glasses.VIEW ARTICLE
Once the app is installed, users can opt to set the Assistant as the default voice assistant in the device settings. From there, users can wake up the Assistant with a three-finger long-press of the touchpad. The command works from any screen, regardless of which app is active, so taht users can talk to the Assistant without changing apps.
Vuzix technology will also be featured in the Big Shot Augmented Reality (AR) Fan Zone - the utimate in fandom. AR Fan Zones allow users to meet Big Shot in-game celebrities, esports teams and stars, using cutting-edge technology like wearables from Vuzix.
"We are very excited to expand our relationship with Plessey. Their microLED technology represents a key part of the solution needed to bring the form and functionality of Vuzix next generation smart glasses to the look and feel of fashion forward glasses, solutions the world will be clamouring for."VIEW ARTICLE
Smart glasses have a variety of uses on telemedicine, and can not only reduce or eliminate travel time but also help to bring healthcare to rural and remote regions. Uses for smart glasses in medicine include training to give students a uniquely personal perspectve. This may include streaming video of surgery to multiple locations and displays at the same time.
Vuzix is generally considered to be one of the leaders in the AR glasses space, which has continued on since the consumer failure of Google Glass, albeit with a ower profile. And VSee, while something of a background player, is still a big name in telemedicine - its technology powers telemedicine offerings from MDLive, Walgreens, McKeeson and a number of large healthcare systems.VIEW ARTICLE
Vuzix Blade provides a see-through display that not only allows our customers to stay connected with the real world, but also be connected to the digital world to receive critical alerts related to safety threats from our SWORD solution.VIEW ARTICLE
Now, it looks like Vuzix has managed to shrink that tech into a slimmer form factor, which should now see it a better match up for startup North and its Focals smartglasses. It also means Vuzix, as we mentioned up top, is ahead of tech heavyweights like Apple, who we still believe is working on making its first entry into the AR smartglasses space over the next few years.VIEW ARTICLE
It’s going to be relatively circumscribed and specific in its usage: Basically it works best when you know who you’re looking for, and that means suspects or known offenders, and potentially missing people.VIEW ARTICLE
The Vuzix Blade smart glasses using augmented reality incorporated with a DJI Drone add another layer of safety for the pilotVIEW ARTICLE
There are all sorts of uses, from reading text messages to seeing an incoming call. I used them open an Amazon Alexa app and then asked how tall the Empire State Building is.VIEW ARTICLE
“Extra’s” Mark Wright recently took a trip to Las Vegas for CES.VIEW ARTICLE
Perhaps the best thing about Vuzix Blade smart glasses is the fact that they look almost like normal glasses, albeit a bit thick.VIEW ARTICLE
If you loved the idea of Google Glass but never got your hands on a pair (or invested at exactly the wrong time), you’ll be happy to learn Vuzix has finally released its long-awaited Blade Smart Glasses. Unfortunately, you won’t be able to get your hands on them unless you’re willing to part with a cool $1,000.VIEW ARTICLE
Unlike other wearables, the Blade smart glasses feature a slimmer design, a floating Google Glass display, and Amazon Alexa compatibility. These high-tech spectacles don’t come cheap though: You’ll have to pay $1,000 for the Blade smart glasses, which will start shipping at the end of January.VIEW ARTICLE
Perhaps nowhere else in CES looks more like a sci-fi movie than the AR and VR display areas. Representatives from healthcare, sports, entertainment and more show off their newest developments. We’ve seen a huge boom in consumer AR and VR in recent years, and trends indicate it will continue to improve. One of the sleekest and most in-demand products should be the Vuzix Blade AR glasses, which allow for hands-free AR overlays on transparent lenses. Hopefully I get to try them out!VIEW ARTICLE
Vuzix has brought its Blade AR smart glasses to CES for the past couple of years, but ahead of CES 2019, it’s shaking things up a bit. Though we still expect Vuzix to have the Blade on hand at CES, it’s doing things a bit differently this year by putting the AR specs up for pre-order. Developers, enterprise customers, and enthusiast consumers who want to get in on the ground floor can pick up a pair beginning today.VIEW ARTICLE
American startup Vuzix has teamed up with AccuWeather to provide localized weather data to wearers of its smart glasses. An initial demonstration is planned for the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which will run from January 8 to 11, 2019 in Las Vegas.VIEW ARTICLE
Three weeks ago I met with Paul Travers, Founder and CEO of AR glasses maker Vuzix, to talk about the much anticipated upcoming release of the new Vuzix Blade, their first hybrid consumer - enterprise monocular display. The new Blade is light and easy to use. Vuzix has done a brilliant job of integrating intuitive easy to learn and easy to use touch control on the wings.VIEW ARTICLE