Unique Video-Taking Glasses Make Taking Video Footage Easier Than Ever

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I’m sure it’s happened to you more than once in your life, that perfect Kodak moment that you wished you could have taken a picture of, or even better, recorded. Unfortunately, by the time you whipped out your smartphone and brought up the camera/video app, the opportunity was gone. The future of recording is about to get a heck of a lot more convenient. A new pair of hypster chic techno-glasses are inspired by Clark Kent, and offer an easy push-button for recording your life’s moments.

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AR Google Goggles Just Got A Little More Sexy (Video)

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Wouldn’t it be convenient if you could just look up at the sky and you’d instantly see the weather report? Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get walking directions overlaid with what you’re really seeing? All this and more will be possible thanks to Google’s Project Glass.

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Image search coming to eBay mobile apps a la Google Goggles

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I wouldn’t say that I use it terribly often, but Google Goggles is an amazing little app. I take a picture of something — almost anything — and it will recognize what it is. If it’s a product, I can then do a quick online search for reviews and pricing information. eBay wants to do the same thing with its mobile apps.

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Junaio 3.0 augmented reality mobile browser adds “Scan the World” feature

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Junaio 3.0 is kind of like Google Goggles, but with augmented reality and a set database of information. AR is the big deal for this option, but the new “Scan the World” feature adds to the mix by letting you, well, scan the world. Not unlike Google Goggles, you simply point your smartphone camera at the item of interest and the browser will recognize what you see. From there, it can bring up the relevant info or engage you in an augmented reality experience, as long as its in the Junaio database.

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