Wearing Knockoff Google Glasses Is Even More Embarrassing Than Wearing…

Vuzix, which specializes in technofancy optics, is so eager to ride the coattails of Google Glasses that they're releasing their own version: the Vuzix Smart Glasses M100. The M100 smart glasses run Android Ice Cream Sandwich and has a 720p camera along with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and head-tracking sensors. Which means,… » 11/13/12 9:00pm 11/13/12 9:00pm

Vuzix AV310: The First Ever Widescreen Video Goggles

Back in June, our own Brian Lam did a Battlemodo between two high-res video goggles » 9/16/08 3:20pm 9/16/08 3:20pm. During that review he noted "I do wish they came in 16:9 versions, but the 4:3 ratio is probably more practical." Well, is going to put that to the test with their new AV310 goggles. They claim that it is the first video eyewear to…

Vuzix iWear AV920-C Headset: Daisy Chain for 4 Player Splitscreen Gaming

At this year's Game Developer's conference, Vuzix has unveiled a headset with a new feature that should be very interesting for gamers—especially fans of co-op FPS titles. The iWear AV920-C is capable of accepting video from anything with a composite video out and displaying it on the internal 640x480 LCDs. That's… » 2/21/08 10:00pm 2/21/08 10:00pm

Flight Sim + Vuzix VR920 Virtual Reality Goggles = Airsick Fun

Microsoft Flight Simulator X just got cooler: when you strap the $400 Vuzix VR920 headest on and look around, the camera follows your movements. The goggles show you an interactive 3D cockpit, while onscreen, onlookers see a 2D version. Vuzix (which was called Icuiti until a week or so ago) will soon launch an A/V… » 9/12/07 5:35pm 9/12/07 5:35pm