Telepathy One aims to compete with Google Glass
The Telepathy One is no Google Glass. And supposedly, it's not trying to be.
Demonstrated at an event in New York City, the Telepathy One is a wearable headset developed in Japan, intended on being part of the very same emerging industry as Google Glass. It has a built-in camera and floating microdisplay, much likeand the . The biggest difference between it and Google Glass, besides specs, might be one of scope.
According to founder Takahito Iguchi, app developer and creator of the augmented-reality app Sekai Camera, the goal of Telepathy One is intimate: you're meant to "wear your love." Iguchi says he always wished telepathy were real, and that if it were, we could understand each other better.
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