Wearables seem to be a growing trend lately. But within the space there are different options. There are fitness trackers and smartwatches as well as glasses. The big name in the glass space is Google, with Glass. But there are others such as Vuzix who recently began accepting pre-orders for the M100 from non-developers. While those are two examples, we also have Lumus.
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Sony has just released a downloadable content (DLC) add-on for the PlayStation 4's The Playroom game that adds a dash of user-created content into the game. Using the PlayStation App, users can create all sorts of objects for the small robots to play around with.
already dropped the mention of beta from the Ingress Play Store listing, however it looks like the game still has a few weeks before the beta officially ends. Niantic Labs has announced that Ingress will exit beta on December 14, 2013. This date coincides with the conclusion of the 9-week, 39-city global event that is called Operation #13MAGNUS.
Google Glass might be next big thing in wearable computers, once it becomes commercially available, that is, but it might not be practical or even feasible in some scenarios, like for motorcycle riders. Enter Skully P1, an Android-enabled bike helmet that becomes not only your entertainment and augmented-reality companion on the road, but might even be your lifeline.
Google Glass developers, Brandyn White and Andrew Miller have recently revealed an augmented reality setup for Glass. The team has included a practical real-world demo and they also released the code into the OpenGlass project. Perhaps more interesting with this setup though, this complies with the current rules surrounding Google's Mirror API.