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Why wait for Google Glass? Epiphany Eyewear is here now.

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Google Glass may be in the offing, but Vergence Labs is announcing it can do virtually the same thing with its better-looking Epiphany Eyewear. The startup has begun making the glasses and is opening up its site for preorders today. epiphany-eyewear Vergence has made a set of “smart glasses” that are simply well-designed glasses with a computer inside. That computer powers a high-definition video camera that you can use to take pictures or record videos. It has software and apps that let you integrate with mobile devices to share your imagery with your friends. You can livestream your video directly to your Facebook wall if you wish. By Dean Takahashi.  Read more... Why wait for Google Glass? Epiphany Eyewear is here now (exclusive) | VentureBeat...

The Top 10 Technology Game Changers for the Next Decade

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The Top 10 Technology Game Changers for the Next Decade

This content was produced by GOOD with the support of Intel By Christina Farr

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How close to reality are some of our most futuristic fantasies? Consider that going to the moon was once a giant step for mankind, but in the near future you’ll be able to purchase a two week vacation to the International Space Station (if you've got a few million bucks to spare, of course). Here’s our list of ten incredible technological innovations that are poised to change our lives within the next decade. Computer Eyewear. full_1339031311Screenshot2012-06-06at6.07.39PM In the next decade, the simple act of pulling out a smartphone to take photos and record videos will seem clunky and outmoded. What if you could simply touch a button on your sunglasses and instantly record your surroundings exactly as you see them? The design team behind YouGen.tv is hoping to do just that. Their Epiphany...

Vergence Labs: Breaking Through Barriers

Vergence Labs has been keeping busy making huge strides in the name of progress, and we felt it was now time to let everyone know about a few of the great steps we've been busy taking.  We are consistently,  making mind-blowing progress moving you closer and closer to seeing this world changing vision crafted into a pair of beautiful, stylish hi-tech, high quality eyewear that will allow you to showcase your own perspectives.

Naturally, due to our continued support, growth and success, we needed to move from the small constrained space after successfully graduating from our Stanford accelerator, and into a better place for Vergence Labs to make the next stage of growth occur. We found the perfect place right in the heart of Silicon Valley, Menlo Park!  Our new office is incredible -- the space is tooled with over $1 Million of professional equipment and a full suite of high end 3D CAD workstations. There...

Vergence Labs: One of “Stanford’s Top 5 ‘World Changing’” Companies

Vergence makes glasses that are comprised of what co-founders Erick Miller and Jon Rodriguez call bioelectric human computer interfaces. These sunglasses can record the first person perspective of your experiences. Try envisioning this; instead of holding a video camera you could flip a switch on the glasses you were wearing, and it’d automatically start recording everything in your line of vision, including the audio for any interaction you may be having. Watch the full interview here:
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Smart Eyeglasses Display Facebook and Google into the Wearer’s Eyes

Vergence Labs, founded by a Stanford engineer and a UCLA / NUS MBA, creates "smart" eyeglasses that can access the web, sending the information people care most about directly to their eyes. Store memories as 1st person point of view video, perform facial recognition to remind of friend's full names, and more. Upcoming features include interactive video, biometric interfaces for learning, and further social integration, such as interactively displaying the number of likes from friends.   Click here to read the press coverage ...

Nerdy Glasses Will Record Your Life

...The YouGen.tv glasses by Vergence Lab are pretty cool. Not only do they instantly change from sunglasses to clear Buddy-Holly-style specs they also record your life as it happens.  Created by Jon Rodriguez and Erick Miller, the glasses will go for a $199 pledge (they’ll retail for $299) and the creators expect these things to become more powerful over time by including HUD features in future versions.  Read the full Tech Crunch article here....

Smart Glasses Record and Share Video

Vergence Labs will release computing-enabled glasses this December (file this story under “Best Christmas Gift Ever” and “Why Didn’t I Think of That?”). The glasses will enable the user to record and share video via a web-sharing site, YouGen.Tv. The frames are Clark Kent-esque, and the lenses are made of "magic-glass" (chromatic shifting conductive glass), which allows them to convert from eyeglasses to sunglasses with the push of a button. Vergence founders Erick Miller and Jon Rodriguez just returned from a visit to Google’s top-secret GoogleX Labs, where they met with scientists and developers working on Project Glass...  Read Entire Article by Clicking Here....
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