Category Archives: Augmented reality

New Oculus Quest self sufficient headset available

Self sufficient headsets which can provide VR without a connected PC or smartphone are available for quite a long time now, however, they could not provide the same quality as headsets directly using PC HW power. The new Oculus Quest … Continue reading

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Intel announces new augmented reality glasses “Vaunt” projecting directly on the human retina

Intel works smart glasses called Vaunt which look like normal glasses and have a weight of only 50 gramm, as reported by The Verge.¬† All electronics including battery are within the glasses iron. In comparison to Google glass the Vaunt … Continue reading

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VR headset LooxidVR tracks both: eyes and brain waves

The new LooxitVR set from Looxid-Labs claims itself an emotion detector. It detects next to the eyes also brain waves (EEG in 6 channels) in real time. It needs a smartphone within the headset (google daydream compatible) and a macOS … Continue reading

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New VR glyph 3D glasses project image directly on retina

The us start-up company Avegant presented at the CES in Las Vegas¬† its new VR glasses “Glyph“. This glasses differ significantly from other VR glasses due to the fact that it projects the video images directly on the retina of … Continue reading

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Meta – full augmented reality glasses

With this new glasses the start up company Meta from New York realizes the fist time glasses which can not only place virtual objects into the reality but enables users also to manipulate them. Currently the company collects money via … Continue reading

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