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April 23, 2009 OK it’s not on the Inspector Gadget scale of ingenuity, but five cool functions in one pair of sunnnies from the Xonix Watch Company still gets the gadget gene in us twitching. When you’re not simply wearing them to shield your eyes from the sun – which is one of its functions – the sports-designed sunglasses also serve as a video recorder, camera, music player and memory storage.The glasses can shoot up to eight hours of footage (or hold 16GB) in AVI format – more than enough to record a day out at the beach or a holiday. The camera can hold up to 160,000 images, depending on the resolution. Three resolutions – at 0.3, 1.3 and 2.0 megapixels – are available.The camera has a focus range of 0.3m–infinity and can be operated by remote control. The glasses also offer a “real time clock” function to track the time videos and photos are captured. A macromolecule polymer li-ion rechargeable battery provides up to 1.5 hours for video recording, four hours for shooting photos and three hours for listening to music.It has a standard mini USB port for upload, download and recharge, built-in USB memory storage –1GB, 2GB, 4GB, 8GB and 16GB sizes are available – and a USB 2.0 interface.
May 26, 2008 eMagin Corporation is using the Society for Information Display Conference and Exhibition at the Los Angeles Convention Center to showcase its latest OLED microdisplays which feature in products such as the Z800 3DVisor. The visor uses two power-efficient OLED microdisplays to provide wearers with the 3D equivalent of a 105-inch display viewed at 12 feet’s distance. It seems the longer this product is out there, the more potential applications surface - military training, graphic design, architectural modeling and... cranking up the volume on Half-Life 2 and whipping yourself into a fully immersive zombie killing frenzy.
So basically you have an input device that lets you think instructions to your computer system; a high-res display built into a pair of sunglases; a method to record rich data about the real world and the capacity to dispaly data using the nanoprojector in the Sixthsense device.
But if we're all that guy then you cease being that guy. Unless you're the loser without voice command. :-)
an iPod, and a phone, and a Kindle, and a laptop, in addition to your analog things like paper and books and a briefcase. Something that could replace all that in a convenient size (say, A4-sized) would make a killing