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Articles tagged with: glasses

Cool Eye Wear Gadget MEG4.0

After the great success of Google’s Project Glass eyewear, revealed earlier this year, Olympus has this week brought out a new display eyewear prototype named the MEG4.0.

The Olympus MEG4.0 is manufactured in such a way that it connects with our daily usage devices through Bluetooth and is also integrated with Olympus’s in-house “proprietary optical technology”.

Is Sony Playstation 3D Monitor Landing In December?

All of you PS3 fans out there! There’s another attraction coming for you this December. At E3 2011, Sony, along with announcing PlayStation Vita, also announced a 3D LED display for PlayStation 3.

However, Sony didn’t announce the release date of this new monitor for PS3. The LED monitor is quite impressive, featuring a 24″ 3D display and will support 1080p resolution. It means that players will be able to enjoy their games in true HD. Also, the monitor will deliver 3D video.

New HD LCD Screen By Hitachi

A new LCD screen that was launched by Hitachi, can be used for viewing 3D content without using any glasses. This latest screen is 4.5 inches wide and can be used in small gadgets and portable devices.

According to experts, a lot of improvement has been made in this new LCD screen. Last year, Hitachi launched a 3.1 inch screen with just 480*854 resolution. This time the resolution is 1280*720 which is a big difference and great improvement.

Glasses That Can Read Your Emotions!

And now you can’t hide your emotions even, the MIT Lab has come up with specs that can read your emotion and display it in a glimpse to the user.

The special glasses were developed by Rosalind Picard, Rana el Kaliouby, and Simon Baron-Cohen.

New Proposal For Apple  Sunglasses

One of the major difference in selling points between the Kindle and the iPad is that E-ink can read outdoors in the bright daylight. Apple has made plans to improve that problem that so many of us have. There solution is a future generation of its iOS devices. Apple has proposed an invention that is described as a liquid crystal display that reduces perceived distortion when viewed through filters, or sunglasses.