Google launches dev kit for augmented reality glasses

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Augmented reality glasses now support their own development kit Google has launched a “sneak peak” of its Glass Development Kit, which will allow developers to make native applications for the company’s augmented reality glasses. Glass has managed to accrue a significant amount of attention from developers interested in pushing the limits of mobile technology and augmented reality. The development kit will make this possible and help developer form a better understanding of the capabilities of Glass. Developers can now create native applications for Glass Glass is based on a relatively…

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Augmented reality game from Google to leave beta soon

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Ingress has already become very popular and it will experience its official launch on December 14. The augmented reality game called Ingress, from Niantic Labs at Google has been available to mobile gamers in the beta form for just over a year, during which time it has become quite popular. Last Friday, the game eliminated its requirement for invitations in order to add players. Now, Niantic has revealed that this augmented reality game will lose its beta status and move on as a full scale experience on December 14, 2013.…

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Google ups production on augmented reality glasses

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Augmented reality glasses gain momentum Google has been working to generate hype around its augmented reality glasses, called Glass, for some time. The company has high hopes for the product, believing that it will become a powerful social media tool and help people see the world in a new way with the help of augmented reality technology. Despite some initial uncertainty regarding the features of Glass, the augmented reality glasses have managed to win a great deal of interest among a wide range of people. Production for Glass is on…

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Augmented reality glasses from Google may have app support

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Google continues to promote augmented reality Glass Google Glass continues to attract attention, but not always in the good way. While Glass has managed to enthrall the interests of consumers with its augmented reality capabilities, the high-tech eyewear is beginning to see the competition grow more serious. Numerous technology companies are emerging with plans for their own wearable augmented reality systems, some of which may actually beat Glass to the market. In order to keep the attention of consumers focused, Google has been lauding the potential features for its glasses.…

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Patent details augmented reality features of Google Glass

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Google continues to invest in augmented reality Google has regained prominence in the augmented reality field after a turbulent 2012 wherein the company’s Project Glass had been unlikely to include the interactive technology. Glass has been billed as a new generation of augmented reality eyewear, but in mid-2012, Google suggested that the initial release of the glasses may not actually have augmented reality properties. This lead to staunch criticism from consumers and Google seems to have changed in stance on this issue, making efforts to tout the augmented reality capabilities…

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