Maybe useful...

Buys me games...

« WoW hits China | Main | Fancypants advergaming »

June 07, 2005


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Real life Heads Up Display:

» Anytime head mounted display from we make money not art
Olympus has prototyped a head mount display that shows information when required without impairing vision. The HMD does not usually display anything but shows simple information on certain occasions, e.g. to notify the arrival time of your train, or to... [Read More]

» Heads Up from WorldChanging: Another World Is Here
I know I said I'd wait to post participatory panopticon-related pieces until I had several to do together, but I couldn't wait on this one:... [Read More]

» Augmented Reality bril & mobiele games from Ab logger
Op planet - de vaste ab logger lezers kenden het natuurlijk al - stond een stukje over Human pacman, een augmented reality game. Die pacman spelers lopen erbij als terranauten dankzij de joekel van de ‘headmounted display’ die nodig... [Read More]



Bit like ARQuake then? Mmm, fraggin' on the bus...

h i r 0

The hardware's not too intrusive either: an attachment that clips to the arms of your glasses an extension below the eye. This is really useable stuff!


How do they manage the focus on that thing? when I'm looking at a bus, say a half a block away, anything right in front of my eye is going to be blurry.

Looks neat though.


It would be interesting to see this tied with RFIDs. So when you go to the store and hold up a can of soup, the HMD would display it's price and nutritional value (or such).

Phil Wilson

I guess you saw as well? Obviously not yet as well integrated, but pretty cool.


My phone has a game which uses the built-in video camera as both the playing field and control mechanism. It overlays targets on the image which you can then track by moving the phone. It's quite weird seeing things that aren't really there through the screen of your phone...

Irving Rodriguez

I would like more information on your heads-up display that can receive local data signals from a 2.4 GHz sorce.

The comments to this entry are closed.