Radar Pace now out
Published in Wearables
05 October 2016

Radar Pace now out

Luxottica and Intel's smart specs

Luxottica and Intel have announced that their voice activated smart specs are out now.

Oculus Rift cost $199 to make
Published in Wearables

IHS teardown breaks Oculus Rift

IHS have taken apart an Oculus Rift including the headset, a sensor, and an Xbox One wireless controller costs to work out how much it all cost and come up with a figure of $199 just for the bits.

Microsoft leaks Hololens details
Published in Wearables

Looks like battery life will be low

Microsoft's augmented reality headset, HoloLens will have about five and a half hours of battery life, according to a company expert.

High price does not make Oculus a cow
Published in Wearables

Pricing of glasses not short sighted 

Oculus's boss Palmer Luckey has found himself having to defend the launch price of his Oculus Rift VR headset, which many users found a little steep.

Wearable computer maker’s 2016 predictions
Published in Wearables

APX Labs’ oracles for the year

The developer of the Skylight platform for enterprise wearable technology has released its 2016 Predictions: What's Next in Wearable Technology report which it claims are based on data collected from the State of Enterprise Wearables survey.

Nvidia hatches VR plan with Stanford University
Published in Mobiles

Next gen headsets which don't make you sick by 2018

Nvidia and Stanford University brewing a new generation of virtual reality headsets that could be in the shops by 2018.

Google Glass in second coming
Published in Wearables

Same as the old one, but for business

A dark satanic rumour suggests that Google is planning to release its new version of Google Glass by the end of the year.

Sony releases its developer's kit for Glasses
Published in Wearables

Already cheaper than Google

Sony has released its developer's kit for its Glasses project.

AMD working on Virtual Reality too
Published in Graphics

Cooperation, not VR headsets

We became aware of a few VR-related things back in mid-2014, and one of them was that both AMD and Nvidia were investing a lot of resources in Virtual Reality. 

Microsoft introduce HoloLens glasses
Published in News

Comes in Windows 10 timeframe

We already have Oculus by Facebook, Nvidia is apparently working on its VR tech, AMD is offering a helping hand to Facebook and Oculus, while Samsung thinks VR glasses are for the Galaxy Note 4 phone powered by tiny GPU.