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  • Diane von Furstenberg Models Wear Google Glass On The Catwalk

    Diane von Furstenberg Models Wear Google Glass On The Catwalk

    We were talking with the New York fashion community about postponing New York Fashion Week for a few days while we ran Disrupt, but they just wouldn't listen. What's more, Sergey Brin and Google sent a bunch of Google Glass devices to Diane von Furstenberg (a famous designer) who outfitted her gamine charges with some of the most sought-after tech in the nerdosphere. Also Sarah Jessica Parker… Read More

  • Vuzix to show off improved VR glasses at CES

    Vuzix to show off improved VR glasses at CES

    Vuzix will be showing off some updated VR glasses at CES: the Wrap 920AV. The glasses are actually starting to look more and more like semi-normal frames that you might actually be able to wear on a plane, train, or bus without drawing too much attention. Read More

  • VR head nods in Second Life

    I’m totally OK with never trying this out in real life but some folks called VR WARE have created a way to add head gestures in Second Life by hijacking your camera and watching your facial expressions and eye movements. They’ve gotten it to recognize nods so far but can a wry smirk or a shoulder shrug be far behind? Truly, we are living in an age of miracles. via TC France Read More

  • Vuzix' iWear video glasses actually work

    Vuzix' iWear video glasses actually work

    This was another product I was skeptical about. VR goggles? Do they ship with a copy of Johnny Mnemonic? But I put them on and lo and behold: the image was pretty good, it tracked my head movements so I could look around the cockpit, and they were even lightweight and had different nose-touch-piece-things for people of different nasal persuasions. One kind was meant to be used as a single-TV… Read More

  • Sony Casts Doubt On VR PS3 Controller

    Sony Casts Doubt On VR PS3 Controller

    So the Sony VR glove patent that had the world abuzz a few days ago may not ever come out. Sony had a chat with Next Generation and said that the patent filing is simply part of what Sony has to do every time it comes up with a new idea. Just because it filed the patent doesn’t mean it has any intention of actually coming out with the device. This really shouldn’t come as any surprise… Read More