The Navy is developing a new diving helmet fitted with something called Divers Augmented Vision Display (DAVD). It’s essentially a fancy underwater HUD. But really, the whole setup basically looks like a high tech Minion costume.
The Skully AR-1 is the first helmet to include a heads-up display. It could change how we ride motorcycles forever. Below, you can read Indefinitely Wild's exclusive trial run.
DARPA has finally demonstrated one of its most promising inventions: An augmented-reality HUD system that will give soldiers the same advantage of a jet fighter pilot. It displays battlefield data over the soldier's environment, identifying friendly and enemy forces on land and air in real time.
From self-aiming sniper rifles to bionic power suits, U.S. troops are rapidly gaining access to tools and technology that were the realm of science fiction just a few years ago. While PDA's and tablets currently connect our warfighters, this Heads-Up Display (HUD) from BAE Systems is the future of wearable…
Iron Man's HUD has always been one of the cooler details in any sci-fi movie. The way it pops up, the way it shields the face, the way it works—it's fantastically unreal and yet completely believable. And the beauty is in its impressive details.
Apple has long been working on a Google Glasses-like heads up display, and have been granted a couple of patents already. But Patently Apple has drudged up their latest one, which promises to bring Retina-quality visuals to the little screen. And intriguing as that may be, the more entertaining thing here is the…
Google's glasses were a little bit of a let down for those of us who wanted a true head-up display. This video, however, depicts a fictional future where the head-up display powers all our digital lives—and it's equal parts awesome and terrifying.
Iron Man's HUD display is one of the cooler effects in sci-fi movies, and Google X is apparently pretty darn close to cramming similar tech in a pair of glasses you can buy in the real world.
The days of traditional screens could be numbered if the news coming out of Washington University is anything to go by. It's testing contact lenses that could project information into the wearers eyes and initial safety tests look promising.
Most NASA innovations come from within their own labs, which are used in space, then sometimes produced for the masses. In the case of potential heads-up displays in space helmets, NASA is looking at Recon Instruments' HUD tech for ideas.
Third person "video game" rigs have been constructed and featured before, but this one's a wireless DIY version that's sure to freak out onlookers you pass by on your own personal, hooded 3D adventure across town.
The iPad doesn't have multitasking yet, but if you have an iPhone or any other smartphone, this non-destructive HUD adapter is for you. It's easy to make: You just need a U-shaped plastic extrusion, scissors, a Dremel tool, and superglue.
In-car GPS satellite navigation? Nothing special. A heads-up display for your windshield? Sure, we've seen that. But SpringTeq's WeGo HUD Navigator is the first to combine the two in one design.
It makes it feel like you're in the middle of Tron, but GM's new heads-up display's not just a way to play out childhood fantasies. The system projects laser-generated images onto windshields, providing a great looking enhanced vision display.
Not even Bono can pull off wearing huge glasses to use a HUD through life. But ski goggles? They're practically designed to look ludicrous. These Zeal Recon Transcend Ski Goggles display GPS, speed, altitude and more in real time.
These goggles pack a display that projects info like jump hang-time, vertical gain/loss, and speed. Perfect, I've been looking for a way to tell how much faster that little kid who just shot by was going.
A cardboard box, sliced to pieces, taped together, fastened to a pair of work goggles, and capped off with an HTC Magic: this is what DIY augmented reality looks like, right now.