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Humane’s AI Wearable Displays Digital Info IRL

VRScout

During the live demo, Chaudhri used the wearable device to project phone call information directly onto his hand. I obtained a video of @Humane 's AI-powered wearable projector in action (clipped from a video @zarifali9 sent me of the #TED2023 by @imranchaudhri ) This looks insaneee!

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Who’s Waging the Wearables Wars? Part II: Microsoft

AR Insider

Wearable Wars” is AR Insider’s mini-series that examines how today’s wearables will pave the way and prime consumer markets for AR glasses. Each installment will profile a different tech leader’s moves and motivations in wearables. After examining Amazon last week, it’s time to zero in on Microsoft.

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VITURE: Ushering in a New Era of XR and Interactive Experiences With Innovative Wearable Tech

ARPost

A new XR startup is set to change the way we approach interactive experiences, combining portability, functionality, and style in its line of wearable tech. Let’s take a look at how VITURE is breaking barriers in the wearable tech industry and how it plans to change the way we experience XR. Redefining the Future of Wearable Tech.

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Will Wearables Pave the Way For AR?

AR Insider

But another device class could have a greater impact towards that same end: wearables. This possibility is amplified as wearables continue to be one of the fastest-growing consumer tech segments. Beyond consumer demand, tech giants are embracing wearables as they align with road maps and growth strategies. Part V: Apple.

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Can Wearables Set the Stage for AR Glasses? Part II

AR Insider

This thinking holds up, but a less-discussed product class could have a greater impact in priming consumers for AR glasses: wearables. Meanwhile, tech giants are motivated toward wearables. For example, Apple’s wearables offset iPhone sales declines. Wearables: Paving the Way for AR Glasses. Touchpoint. Its motivation?

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Who’s Waging the Wearables Wars? Part III: Google

AR Insider

Wearable Wars” is AR Insider’s mini-series that examines how today’s wearables will pave the way and prime consumer markets for AR glasses. Each installment will profile a different tech leader’s moves and motivations in wearables. After examining Amazon and Microsoft , it’s time to zero in on Google.

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Is AR’s Next Design Target ‘Wearability?’

AR Insider

Visually immersive and contextually-aware AR glasses like Microsoft Hololens 2 require optics whose power consumption and heat dissipation necessitate bulky headgear, rather than anything you’d consider “eyewear.”. Applying that principle to AR, could wearability be the next era’s mobility? Evidence in today’s market support this play.

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