The Google Glass team says it's teaming up with the world's biggest maker of stylish specs to improve the device's design and distribution capability.
Ski and snowboard goggles display music, speed, altitude, location of friends, and navigation data right inside the goggles.
The new Airwave goggles gives skiers an eyefull of stats -- including distance, temperature, speed and altitude. For those who can't bear disconnection on the slopes, the goggles will also display incoming calls and text messages.
The eyewear maker is building technology that could allow it to create a pair of smart glasses, a la Google's Project Glass.
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Hit a target at 1,000 yards? No problem. Tracking Point's computer-enabled rifles let novices shoot moving targets at extreme distances with near 100 percent accuracy. The new era of firearms is upon us.
GlassUp doesn't have the features of the more expensive Google Glass, but it could be a worthy alternative, even if the startup can't use the word "Glass" as Google's lawyers have requested.
Google is happy enough with WebP to spread it across the company, including the Google+ app on Android. Also: new features coming to WebP.
The maker of heads-up displays for ski goggles unveils sunglasses with a tiny computer monitor at Google's developers conference. But they don't use Google Glass tech.