Exclusive: Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses actually look good - The Verge


56 bookmarks. First posted by mariow february 2018.


The problem of technology that become invisible, is that it becomes invisible to anyone.
Case in point :
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february 2018 by samin
The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no…
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february 2018 by rdr
Exclusive: Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses actually look good - The Verge
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february 2018 by jamescampbell
NO THEY STILL LOOK DORKY
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february 2018 by maoxian
Intel’s new smart glasses won’t make you look like a Glasshole. By shining a low-powered laser into your retina, the glasses can get all sorts of information without pulling out your phone. Dieter Bohn got an exclusive first look.
february 2018 by fnord
RT : Exclusive: Intel made smart glasses that look normal, and tried them
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february 2018 by lianghai
uses retinal projection to put a display in your eyeball
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february 2018 by koenkas
Ich bin mir ziemlich sicher, dass das nächste große Technikding wird: - und rettet evtl. Intel gleich mit.
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february 2018 by DASKAjA
RT : Es geht los. 👓
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february 2018 by diaeter
Exclusive first look at Vaunt, which uses retinal projection to put a display in your eyeball
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february 2018 by paulgreer
Favorite tweet: mvictoras

Finally, an AR glass product that looks good and has the potential of becoming mainstream. Granted, it misses tracking and registration, however, it is an excellent first step by @intelhttps://t.co/pVUZDbrS8P

— Victor Mateevitsi (@mvictoras) February 6, 2018

http://twitter.com/mvictoras/status/960680877993930752
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february 2018 by tswaterman
RT : Exclusive: Intel made smart glasses that look normal, and tried them
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february 2018 by schraeds
Intel is making smart glasses that actually look good
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february 2018 by geeknik
The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no…
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february 2018 by dylan
The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no…
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february 2018 by johnrclark
RT : Le retour de la vengeance de les lunettes.
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february 2018 by cmaussan
Dieter Bohn:
<p>From the outside, the Vaunt glasses look just like eyeglasses. When you’re wearing them, you see a stream of information on what looks like a screen — but it’s actually being projected onto your retina.

The prototypes I wore in December also felt virtually indistinguishable from regular glasses. They come in several styles, work with prescriptions, and can be worn comfortably all day. Apart from a tiny red glimmer that’s occasionally visible on the right lens, people around you might not even know you’re wearing smart glasses.

Like Google Glass did five years ago, Vaunt will launch an “early access program” for developers later this year. But Intel’s goals are different than Google’s. Instead of trying to convince us we could change our lives for a head-worn display, Intel is trying to change the head-worn display to fit our lives.

Google Glass, and the Glassholes who came with it, gave head-worn displays a bad reputation. HoloLens is aiming for a full, high-end AR experience that literally puts a Windows PC on your head. Magic Leap puts an entire computer on your hip, plus its headset is a set of goggles that look like they belong in a Vin Diesel movie.

We live in a world where our watches have LTE and our phones can turn our faces into bouncing cartoon characters in real time. You’d expect a successful pair of smart glasses to provide similar wonders. Every gadget these days has more, more, more.

With Vaunt, Intel is betting on <em>less</em>.</p>

Well. Intel doesn’t have the heft to make these in any volume; so who might? (The absence of a camera is a smart move, certainly.)
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february 2018 by charlesarthur
Intel made smart glasses that look normal
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february 2018 by Baptiste
Favorite tweet:

Here are Intel’s smart glasses, called Vaunt. I tried some prototypes for a day in December.

They’re not at all what you’re expecting. https://t.co/NQqYOiEfSX pic.twitter.com/Z7RaXDmBfv

— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) February 5, 2018
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february 2018 by skinnyj
RT purengom : 인텔이 만든 스마트 안경 프로토타입 ‘본트(Vaunt)’ 저출력 레이저로 각막에 “직접” 영상을 쬐여준다고. 올 하반기에 개발자들에게 시험기기를 뿌릴 예정. http://bit.ly/2BYwdi9 February 05, 2018 at 10:48PM http://twitter.com/purengom/status/960510327627509760
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february 2018 by seoulrain
add a speaker and we are in 電腦線圈
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february 2018 by jackysee
Exclusive first look at Vaunt, which uses retinal projection to put a display in your eyeball
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february 2018 by jorgebarba
The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no…
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february 2018 by thecosas
A look at a prototype of Vaunt, Intel's smart glasses that look like normal eyeglasses and project the display on your retina
february 2018 by joeo10
From the outside, the Vaunt glasses look just like eyeglasses. When you’re wearing them, you see a stream of information on what looks like a screen — but it’s actually being projected onto your retina. We live in a world where our watches have LTE and our phones can turn our faces into bouncing cartoon characters in real time. You’d expect a successful pair of smart glasses to provide similar wonders. Every gadget these days has more, more, more. With Vaunt, Intel is betting on less.
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february 2018 by cyberchucktx
"When you’re wearing them, you see a stream of information on what looks like a screen — but it’s actually being projected onto your retina."
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february 2018 by warrenellis
The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out. There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no gesture area to swipe, no glowing LCD screen, no weird arm floating in front of the lens, no speaker, and no microphone (for now).
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february 2018 by brokenrhino
These smart glasses from Intel look amazing
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february 2018 by TomRaftery
Intel made smart glasses that look normal (cmts )
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february 2018 by hoodwink73
Es geht los. 👓
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february 2018 by mariow