The Daqri Smart Helmet for uses augmented reality to show its industrial workers what to do.
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Ashley and Jeff discuss the Oculus Rift's $599 price tag, take a look at Intel's Daqri Smart Helmet and sit down to talk about the intersection of tech and spectacle with the CEO of Two Bit Circus, Brent Bushnell.
The CEO of Two Bit Circus is dedicated to creating incredible, memorable installations that utilize lasers, robots, and even virtual reality. Oh, and they have a traveling circus.
The company is using Kickstarter as a way to create a broader audience for its technology, and to learn what the audience thinks is cool.
Commentary: There might be a lot of new takes on smart things to wear on your face...but if they aren't amazing like VR or at least good-looking to wear, I'm out.
Intel shows off its Daqri smart helmet at CES 2016. The helmet has an Intel processor and RealSense technology, along with X-ray vision to help identify problems in the field.
The Daqri smart helmet is Intel's take on the much-hyped realm of virtual and augmented reality. And unlike Microsoft's HoloLens, it ships today. Also on deck: smart sunglasses from Oakley and a watch from New Balance.
Augmented reality service overlays 3D images onto the real world through a smartphone, using the matrix barcodes as the anchor, for ads and commerce.