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Epson AR glasses aim at industry

5/10/2013 04:41 PM EDT
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DrQuine
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DrQuine   5/14/2013 12:58:12 AM
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The user interface in this application will be critical. If an intuitive interface is developed that allows the instructions to be scaled, overlaid on the task, and easily controlled by a working individual, this could become the next killer app for repair technicians and training users.

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chanj0   5/12/2013 8:23:01 AM
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The capability and application of wearable electronics are still unknown. Google's youtube videos have a couple interesting show cases. Whether they will become a popular apps is still to be seen. Yet, the application area as suggested by the article are very interesting and most like be applicable to a lot of areas.

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