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LarryM99
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Looking through the crudeness
LarryM99   2/13/2014 1:22:21 PM
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Yes, it certainly looks clunky. Yes, it is in a very early stage. But when push comes to shove, AR in some form is very interesting. This largely requires video overlay rather than a separate screen off to the side, so there is (at least initially) going to have to be some kind of glasses. The difference is that a separate screen distracts, while an overlaid augmentation focuses attention. This could be very interesting.

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you lost me....
ErrantOne   2/11/2014 8:22:22 PM
 

"leapfrogged Google's Project Glass" & "show a relatively crude prototype"  Not sure how these fit together.  The hype of leapfrogged seems to be way overstated.  The chip may have potential but it's unclear to me how it is leapfrogging anything.  It may or may not even be viable for a real world product. 

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Re: CastAR
0619062854   2/11/2014 6:52:42 AM
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I think they gonna make it much better

 

 

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RGRU   2/10/2014 11:36:36 AM
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If you thought people were going to make fun of you wearing Google Glass, well you are in for a treat with these...

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CastAR
Caleb Kraft   2/10/2014 9:23:39 AM
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I think this might be of interest to those who are following the progress of the CastAR augmented reality system.



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