The Lumus DK-40 Augment Reality Glasses ($TBA) were just revealed ahead of CES 2014. The glasses feature a 640 x 480 display that overlays messages in front of the wearer and not off to the side like Google Glass. This works via Lumus’ Light-guide Optical Element which is basically a small projector that displays an image on the lens. But don’t get your hopes up. The DK-40 will mostly be used as a platform for OEM’s who will bring the technology to the public. Expect more information to be released at CES 2014.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest If you’re serious about your GoPro action videos then the Gyromatic GO2X GoPro Gimbal Stabilizer ($550) will make a great addition to your arsenal. The GO2X has a simple brushless gimble controller which provides instantaneous response. The controller receives information from gyroscopes and accelerometers mounted on the platform which results in a […]