Giving Google Glass a run for its money

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arduino Team — August 27th, 2021 Google rarely enters the hardware world and when they do, they receive a mixed reception. The smart glasses were very controversial when they first launched, due to privacy and fashion concerns. But the idea was a good one: a wearable computer that gave you a heads-up display (HUD) at…… Continue reading Giving Google Glass a run for its money

Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every Arduino Team — July 24th, 2020 For his school science fair, Mars Kapadia decided to take things up a notch and create his own pair of smart glasses. The wearable device, which went on to place in the state…… Continue reading Student designs his own pair of smart glasses with a transparent OLED display and Arduino Nano Every

This pair of Arduino glasses stops you from touching your face

Reading Time: < 1 minutes This pair of Arduino glasses stops you from touching your face Arduino Team — March 10th, 2020 Touching your face is a subconscious behavior that we all do, and it is also an easy way to pick up illnesses like the coronavirus and flu. However, like many infectious diseases, proper hygiene can help reduce your…… Continue reading This pair of Arduino glasses stops you from touching your face

Give your memory a boost with Newrons

Reading Time: 2 minutes Give your memory a boost with Newrons Arduino Team — January 28th, 2020 When you get a notification on your smartphone, more often than not, you’re doing something more pressing. You then silence the alarm, and perhaps forget about it. Nick Bild, however, has created a pair of smart glasses that take a new “look”…… Continue reading Give your memory a boost with Newrons

Google Glass no longer requires tethering plan for smartphone data sharing

Reading Time: < 1 minutes An Explorer Edition of Glass is already a pricey piece of tech, and smartphone tethering plans required to give it a mobile Internet connection have only made ownership that much more expensive. However, there’s good news for Google’s guinea pigs: the latest update to the headgear quietly implemented a way around the additional monthly fees. With XE9 loaded onto headsets,…… Continue reading Google Glass no longer requires tethering plan for smartphone data sharing

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