GlassUp schools Google Glass on smart specs style (hands-on)
LAS VEGAS -- When it comes to hip eyewear designs, Google and its Glass wearable should take a tip from GlassUp, the crowdfunded IndieGoGo project that was in the works two years before Google co-founder Sergey Brin parachuted from the San Francisco skies wearing the smart frames.
The smartframes, which GlassUp demoed at CES 2014, model a much more sporty style than Google's geeky frames.
Most notably, it features larger lenses and a design that appears more symmetrical by incorporating the head-up display and camera lens into the glasses, rather than poking out.
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