I’ve had an interest in wearable computing for a long time — and after Glass was announced and it became clear that Google wanted to produce wearable computing technology that was limited to gluing powerpoint to your face, I decided to get my act together and build something practical for once.
Since this has been a fairly long-running project, compared to my previous attempts, I figured that I might as well document it.
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NTSC/PAL (Television) Video Glasses – You are from the future with these futuristic video glasses. Or at least, an 80’s version of the future. Wearing these turns your vision into what appears to be a 52″ television a few feet away. These are basic video glasses, they do work well, taking standard NTSC/PAL video in and projecting a 320×240 display onto your eyeballs. (read more)
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