Here at CES 2014, we got an eyeful (and a faceful) of the Ora-S AR Eyewear smartglasses.
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Before you tune out because of the startup glasses' size, the company has downsized the bulky prototype it had at CES to the slimmer model, shown below in silver.
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A seesawing motion moves the screen from the center of the eye to the bottom of the lens, and back again. This drops it out of the way to give you a fuller range of vision when you want it.
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Will it have a camera?
Yes, it will have a 5-megapixel auto-focus camera with video capture, right where you see the plastic nodule on this prototype.
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This Google Glass rival will have many of the same features, including a touch pad area to control navigation. It'll cost much less, though, and focuses strongly on augmented reality, rather than just social updating and navigation.