Compare Smart Glasses

Compare Smart Glasses

Smart glasses, or smartglasses, are a wearable computing device in the form of computerized eyeglasses. Early smart glasses had limited functionality and typically employed non-interactive miniature video monitors that were simply plugged into a local video source. Modern devices possess enhanced data processing functionality, similar to a smartphone or tablet, and are able to run … [Read More]

Best Smart Glasses of 2017

Best Smart Glasses

We are constantly seeking out and evaluating all smart glasses, from their origins as vaporware through production and release, attempting to determine which will be the best smart glasses available for public consumption. At this time, the market is still in its infancy and the only true smart glasses to have been officially released (albeit … [Read More]

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses Almost Ready

Vuzix M100 Prototype

Vuzix M100 augmented reality smart glasses have seen one final redesign and are just about ready to be unleashed upon the public. As the wearable computing craze continues to explode, the veteran smart glasses company is hoping to expand its influence in this burgeoning consumer niche with the Vuzix M100 by the end of summer … [Read More]

Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses vs Google Glass

Vuzix M100 Prototype

If one were asked about the future of wearable computers, smart glasses in particular, they would most likely respond with knowledge of one product: Google Glass. While Google’s latest technology venture is soaking up the spotlight in the electronics world, Vuzix is already manufacturing and selling their own smart glasses and are currently developing the … [Read More]

It’s 2013 Put On Your Smart Glasses

2013 Smart Glasses

With Google Glass and various other smart glasses on the cusp of release, and the public’s excited clamoring, it’s important to take a step back and look at how modern technology advanced to the point where anyone could walk in public with a portable computer attached to their head. It’s an interesting exercise to observe … [Read More]