Vuzix’s new microLED-powered smart glasses will arrive this summer

Less than a full day into CES 2021, and it seems that smart glasses are very much shaping up as a trend. I wrote about a pair of AR glasses from Lenovo aimed at business applications yesterday, and a

Vuzix smart glasses get automatic facial recognition designed for law enforcement

This is one of those “I’m not surprised but I am slightly terrified” moments in tech development: Enterprise smart glasses company Vuzix announced Monday that it has developed new &#

Augmented reality has no clothes

AR/VR continue to buzz hotly as contenders for the next wave of computing. Tech-industry pundits predict enormous future markets based on speculation that AR will replace the smartphone. The technolog

Metaio CEO Thomas Alt Discusses Augmented Reality For Smartwatches, Google Glass And More

Augmented Reality pioneers <a target="_blank" href="">Metaio</a> hardly qualify as a startup these days (being incorporated since 2003 and funded by a stream of project work from

Vuzix: SMART Glasses Explained

The story about <a href="" target="_blank">Vuzix's</a> new AR/holographic enabled concept glasses broke last week, but I had a chance to catch up with Clark Dever from Vuzix (wit

Head Mounted Displays, DIY Augmented Reality And More At InsideAR

I was able to attend <a target="_blank" href="">Metaio's InsideAR 2011 conference</a> last week in Munich and check out many new and updated Augmented Reali

Vuzix Wrap 1200VR Glasses Can Track Your Head Movements While You Game

Looking for a nice pair of new glasses? What about glasses that make you feel like you're watching 3D content on a 75-inch display? Well, that's quite a specific request you've made but Vuzix has what

Vuzix Wrap 1200 3D Glasses Hang A 75-Inch Screen In Front Of Your Nose

Vuzix is now shipping their Wrap 1200 3Ds, a pair of $500 glasses (a headtracking model called the 1200VR is coming later this month) that displays a 75-inch virtual screen in front of your face and s

Images Of The Vuzix STAR 1200 Augmented Reality Glasses

The week of May 16th, Vuzix — makers of military and consumer grade Augmented Reality eyewear — announced their newest line of AR glasses as the STAR 1200. As their press release states, STAR stan

See Yourself In The Third Person Without Drugs Or Major Bodily Trauma

<img src="">Have you ever wanted to see yourself from above? Behind? Ever wanted to see yourself as other see you?

Contest: Vuzix is ready to give it all away

<img src="">By "all" I mean one Vuzix Wrap310 and by "give" I mean "give away in a contest." What is a <a H

Vuzix tries its hand at augmented reality

A new headset from Vuzix brings augmented reality gaming. What does that mean? This is basically a 3D hud with a camera. It can directly interact with objects you’re looking at – say a blo

Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen is now shipping

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Vuzix to show off improved VR glasses at CES

<img title="wrap2_view1" style="display:inline;" height="449" alt="wrap2_view1" src="" width="630" />Vuzix will be showing off some

Vuzix iWear AV320XL and AV310 widescreen

I’ve always wanted to try one of these. The new models are priced between the expensive 920’s and the cheap 230. I don’t really see the difference in these models. Maybe they for dif

Vuzix AV310 video eyewear to do 16:9 widescreen

And now to talk about video glasses that push everything out in glorious 16:9. The AV310 from Vuzix will cost $249.95 (not bad, not bad), replicate a 52-inch screen as viewed from nine feet, feature i

10 Days of CrunchGear: Star Trek Today!

Come and get you some Vuzix AV920. Why? Because you can be the coolest dude on the Greyhound. Watch your favorite movies on the go and play your favorite video games, all in the privacy of your own vi

Upcoming Vuzix video glasses do 4-player splitscreen

Congratulations on a good idea, Vuzix. The new iWear AV920-C video glasses support up to four players and will show each player his or her respective corner of the multi-player screen. Great for games

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