Telepathy One, like Google Glass, has a wearable camera and a projected display. But the internal tech hasn't been clearly explained, and it lacks eye-tracking.
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Telepathy One aims to be sleeker and less intrusive than Google Glass. Does this do the job? Hard to really tell the difference.
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Founder Takahito Iguchi with his translator discusses the aesthetics of his concept in New York. His background is as an app creator working in augmented reality.
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A concept design of a thinner version of Telepathy. Paging "Star Trek."
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Concept design, worn on my head.
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A Manga Camera app that turns photos into comic book pages is one of the few compatible apps announced for Telepathy One.
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It takes adjusting to get the microprojector working perfectly.
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It's hard to balance the prototype on my face.
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A close-up look at the microprojector.
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