Vuzix has created a new augmented reality wearable display which builds on their past expertise and technology, and combines the best of their wearable display systems in the form of the Wrap 1200AR wearable display.
The Zuzix Wrap 1200AR is a near-eye display system, which has been created to display video content provided by a Windows based PC. The AR glasses include a pair of cameras, mounted in front of the displays, which then capture the world around you, from your viewing angle and perspective. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
Jack Purcher reports for Patently Apple, “In describing the new iPhone 5 back in September, Phil Schiller stated that ‘It is really easy to make a new product that’s bigger. Everyone does that. The challenge is to make it better and smaller.’”
Samsung’s Galaxy S III’s 5-inch display “didn’t come close to matching Apple’s stunning Retina display quality,” Purcher reports. “So back to the drawing board Samsung went.”
“According to Asian reports this morning, Samsung’s engineers have apparently come up with a new display resolution scheme to improve their display for their upcoming Galaxy S4,” . “What Samsung is trying to achieve is match Apple’s Retina Display technique of cramming more pixels into the display that fire on cue as Apple’s video illustrates below.”
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Sharp sees no reason to keep their 90-inch AQUOS TV hostage in living rooms. And so the company is building an industrial version, the PN-R903, for digital signs.