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A startup that makes 3-D glasses stands out, in part, by including Steve Mann on its team.
Can an armband that controls gestures by measuring muscle activity make it as a mainstream gadget?
As Google Glass gains momentum, companies and researchers are trying to decide what will be the next big breakthrough in wearable technology.
In Google’s backyard, a startup has its eyes on glasses that offer more ways to interact with the digital world.
A new line of research examines what happens in an office where the positions of the cubicles and walls—even the coffee pot—are all determined by data.
A lightweight wearable display that tethers to a phone got its first public outing this week in Las Vegas.
Ingress, which is invitation-only for now, is complicated but highly addictive—and will give the company even more information about your current location.
A company already in the business of selling wearable displays will launch its own consumer gadget next year—but the format is still unproven.
As smartphones explode in popularity, augmented reality is starting to move from novelty to utility.
Maes, whose research group studies human-computer interaction, says mobile devices may soon eavesdrop on their owners to anticipate their needs.