Tagged: Wearable display

World’s first programmable tshirtOS prototype redefines future wearable technologies

Currently in prototype stage the tshirtOS is a wearable platform for expressing yourself in a digital format as it packs a LED display, camera, microphone, speaker, oscilloscope Bluetooth, battery, breakout board and accelerometer. All this technology is used for showing tweets, playing music videos, capture pictures and send them via Instagram in a jiffy. This intuitive idea is put forth by Work Club, Cutecirctuit and Ballantine to create world’s first programmable Tshirt prototype and hopefully push it into production if they get enough funds to mass produce it.

Apple wins patent for head mounted display, Google Glass has a competitor?

Google Glass has set pace for future of head mounted displays, but it seem Google isn’t the only company trying to make a mark, other companies like Sony and Olympus are also catching up with their respective glasses or wearable displays. And it is just yesterday when Apple has been granted patent for a head mounted display by the US Patent and Trademark Office, which reveals that Apple could be developing augmented reality glasses to rival the much anticipated Google Glasses. The patent titled “Peripheral treatment for head-mounted displays” was originally filled way back in 2006.