“Google Glass” and Emerging Optical Technology (Infographic)


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The future promises the continued blending of technology and the eye (such as Google’s project glass) and other amazing emerging optical technologies on the very near horizon. From Zenni Optical.

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16 Responses

  1. Ruth Rodriguez says:

    Wow! Once again science fiction invents the future — Star Trek this generation.

  2. chris says:

    too small!

    I could not read it if it were twice as big!!!!!

  3. Chris Pyle says:

    Yes you can click on the link above to make it larger but then it is so annoying to have to scroll all around. Too hard to read for those of us that NEED to read it. Please try a different format.

  4. Jamie Peil says:

    Love the infographic!

  5. Wendy says:

    larger view isn’t larger…

  6. Glenn McBride says:

    Thanks for the wonderful presentation on evolution of spectacles!

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  9. Tom and Deanna Martinez says:

    My husband Tom and I are celebrating our 50th Wedding Anniversary
    ……..June 9th…2013………! So we were excited to know that other amazing things will also continue as well.

    SO HAPPY TO KNOW THESE THINGS !!!!!!!! p.s..please hurry up and speed up audio and video discoveries, as we may forget what our loving mates looks & sounds like..tee-hee.

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  13. Hi,
    Nice article!. It is nice to see someone provide such an easy-to-understand overview of the device.

    I am not sure if you are aware that the Infographic you published has some misinformation regarding the way light bends through the prism display. When I read through some of your other articles I noticed the certain quality of your site, and I thought that you might be interested in having the correct information.

    We recently published a white paper on sharpening the Google Glass display by 35%, in which we outline the correct way light passes through the prism display to the eye. I think you might be interested in taking a quick read for a comparison. You can find the article here: http://vandrico.com/blog/vandrico-sharpens-google-glass-visual-display-35.

    If there is anything that we can do for you to help your articles be more accurate and complete, please feel free to contact us.

    Best Regards,

    Josephine Clarisse
    Communications Coordinator
    Vandrico Solutions Inc.

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