Vuzix Blade™ – Augmented Reality glasses with Alexa assistant

The Vuzix Blade is what Google Glass always wanted to be. Of course, the Blade isn’t just the second coming of the Google Glass, as Vuzix has learned important things about what you have to do to make the concept of smart glasses easier to accept. They are easy to use and from a 3m distance they look like a normal pair of glasses.

Vuzix is trying to improve their product by eventually implementing Amazon Alexa into their smart glasses. Imagine walking down a street getting real time information about upcoming events near you – and with Alexa by your side – having tickets ready as soon as you arrive…

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Solar Windbreaker

By wearing the solar windbreaker from Pauline van Dongen you make sure that your electronical devices won’t run out of energy. There are three solar panels attached to the jacked which are connected to an integrated power bank. Through a wireless induction system you are able to charge your devices.

Nothing really new but nevertheless a nice and useful gadget as it combines renewable energy with your everyday needs (with regard to all the devices that need to be charged).

Segway creator’s advanced prosthetic arm arrives in late 2016

The bionic wearable is all about offering the life-like dexterity that hasn’t really been an option until now: you can hold a glass over your head without spilling it, for example, and the hand’s mix of four motors and grip sensors can help you grab both very delicate and very heavy items. The “Luke Arm “translates signals from a person’s muscles to perform complex tasks.”

The odds are that getting one won’t be trivial, but it might well be justified if it grants some extra freedom.

read more: http://spectrum.ieee.org/