At dawn on Dec. 16, 1944, over 200,000 German soldiers started the most unexpected breakthrough through the dense woods of Belgium and Luxembourg hilly Ardennes. Troops, the Germans pierced the front line so deeply it came to be known as the Battle of the Bulge..
Sony wants to turn your regular specs into smartglassesSony’s got a new concept in development that’ll turn regular spectacles into Google Glass style smartglassesClip on smartglasses are Sony’s latest conceptSign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailSony is developing a new high tech accessory that attach to a pair of regular specs or sunglasses, turning them into “smartglasses” just like Google Glass.The Japanese technology giant latest concept called the Single Lens Display Module features a bulky control board and a small (0.23 inch) OLED microdisplay that clips on to your favourite pair of shades.”By simply attaching it to a pair of fashionable glasses, goggles, sunglasses, or other type of eyewear, you can instantly gain access to visual information that adds a level of convenience to your everyday life,” Sony said in a statement.The Single Lens Display Module is packed with some pretty interesting tech, including an electronic compass, accelerometer, touch sensor and Bluetooth.There also a camera on board, letting you take pictures and videos like with Google headset. Interestingly, Sony hasn confirmed yet whether this will be voice or touch activiated.The display itself has a 640 x 400 resolution and will appear as a small window in the corner of your right eye.Eyeing the competition Sony has confirmed it is preparing the software development kit (SDK) so that would be developers can start building apps for the device.
Nothing stops Adrianne Haslet. She was a bystander when bombs went off at the Boston marathon in 2013. After losing a leg that day, she vowed to run the race herself and she did in 2016. PLACING yourself in a scene of perfection backstage at a fashion show, for example has implications for personal insecurities. Similarly, pulling up to a hotel where the endless lawns are being trimmed by hand with scissors and the verdant foliage looks like a mobile phone screensaver, has the potential to make you feel, well, a little scruffy. Thankfully, the minute my scruffy sandals entered this hallowed scene at The Nam Hai, my old suitcase disappeared out of sight aboard a golf buggy, a cooling cup of passion fruit tea was placed in one hand and a rosewater scented cold towel pressed into the other.