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.
I love living in a period where such small groups can bring products to market that can intrigue and capture the imagination. The guys over at Bitcraze.se are about to start taking pre-orders for their new quadcopter. These little guys are really cool. The Crazyflie is a small quad where the PCB acts as the […]