Recon Instruments has unveiled their latest wearable, the Snow2. This is another powered by Android and as the snow in the name would imply, it is intended for use on the slopes. In fact, one of the items the Snow2 HUD monitors is jump airtime. Recon Instruments has these compatible with goggles from Oakley, Scott and others and also packaged together in a bundle with the UVEX G/GL9 Recon Ready goggles.
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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.
during Google I/O. They were pushing these as being similar to Google Glass, but more for the active lifestyle. The key with that, while they unveiled the glasses during I/O, it wasn't until much more recent that we learned about those other important details. You know, the pricing.
smartwatches, which are essentially serving as a second-screen for your phone. And well, it looks like we now have a similar setup being done with a pair of glasses. These are called GlassUp and have recently launched as an Indiegogo offering.
Garmin, that same feature can now be added to any vehicle. This functionality will be arriving as the Garmin HUD and it will work with the Navigon (or Garmin StreetPilot) navigation apps. While not yet shipping, the Garmin HUD has been priced and is expected to begin shipping later in the summer.
SmartGoggles concept is a stand-alone unit, with a full version of Android on board.
Recon Instruments' new MOD Live takes things to a higher elevation. The newest model of wearable computer pairs with your Android phone over Bluetooth to give you a live map of the area, share your run online, and access music and texts without reaching into your coat. The information is sent to a tiny screen that lives on the inside of your goggles.