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Apple’s Mixed Reality Headset Can’t Defy the Laws of Physics

by Karl Guttag

The learning curve for MR technology is slower than that of semiconductors, as many factors are nearing the limits of physics. Even the world’s biggest tech company has to face that reality.

Tags:Apple| Google Glass| Hololens| meta| Mixed Reality| Moore's Law

Google Quits Glass, Again

by Omid Rahmat

Google introduced its monovision, LCOS display augmented reality (AR) Glass product in 2012, bringing it to maker in 2013 with a slick Apple-like marketing campaign that made many of us think we really wanted …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google Glass| LCOS

Samsung Display developing thinner QD-OLED panels

by Milos Pavlovic

What They Say The Elec reports on the basis of information from Taiwan’s ETRI research organisation at IMID that Samsung Display is looking to develop thinner QD-OLED panels by removing one of the glass …

Tags:Flexible Displays| Google Glass| QD OLEDs| R&D (Research & Development)| Rollable Devices| Rollable Displays| Samsung Display

Building and testing helpful AR experiences

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Google published a blog saying that it plans to test more prototypes of glasses ‘in the real world’ from next month. It showed a video of a trial system, demonstrating translation, …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google| Google Glass| Testing

Schott Glass Reduces Waveguide Weight by 20%

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Schott published an article that announced that the firm has a new optical glass that can reduce the weight of AR waveguides by 20% but also has a Refractive Index of …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google Glass| HMDs (Head Mounted Displays)| Optics| Waveguide Display

Augmented Reality Technology Used to Help Children with Autism

by Andrew Fenn

Superpower Glass, a new study by Stanford University’s School of Medicine, has explored the potential for augmented reality wearables to help individuals with autism develop social skills during their formative early years. 14 children …

Tags:AR/VR| Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 30

Google Glass Repurposed for Business Use with AI Capabilities

by Andrew Fenn

Google Glass is making a comeback. At a Google conference in San Francisco, United States, Israeli software firm Plataine demonstrated an app for the platform that provides voice-activated AI features for factory workers. For …

Tags:AR/VR| Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 25 - Issue 29

Display Glass and Plastic Roundup

by Ken Werner

As soon as you walked into the exhibition area at Display Week 2018 you were confronted with an impressive flexible display substrate, the one used in LG Display‘s flexible 77 display (Fig. 1). In …

Tags:Barrier Layers (Films)| Film materials| Google Glass| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| SID Display Week 2018| Vol 25 - Issue 21

Google Glass Continues in Enterprise

by Bob Raikes

Google has confirmed that it has been continuing development of its Google Glass product and has an Enterprise Edition that it will sell to businesses. Google has been working with companies such as GE …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 27

Google Glass May be Back Sooner Than We Think

by Norbert Hildebrand

After Google ended its availability of the Google Glass, many expected that we might never see the next generation of the technology, even though Google always insisted that they had ended the sale of …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 25

Google Glass Updated

by Bob Raikes

Google has surprised a lot of people, including owners (are there still any users?) by updating the Google Glass software for the first time in three years and adding support for bluetooth connectivity which …

Tags:AR/VR| Augmented Reality| Google Glass| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 24 - Issue 23