Monthly Archives: May 2012

Google Glasses

Source: FastCompany, May 2012 STEVE LEE: I can’t speak to specific product release timelines, because quite frankly, we don’t really know [when it will be ready]. But I can say that we definitely didn’t put out that video with the … Continue reading

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DITTO!

Source: PSFK, May 2012 DITTO–a startup partnering with retailers that offers a 3D virtual fitting technology to help shoppers to try on glasses online. After consumers record a short video of themselves with a webcam, a 3D model avatar of … Continue reading

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Google Glasses: Projected 2013 release

Source: Business Insider, May 2012 (min 2:00 onwards)

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Using Technology to Recommend Colors

Source: TechCrunch, May 2012 Upload a picture of yourself to Plum Perfect, and wait a second while the technology scans the photo to detect your coloring. It should generate three conclusions: lip, eye, and skin color. You’ll instantly be given … Continue reading

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Using Technology to Recommend Wine

Source: HBR blog, May 2012 Bersofsky wants to give consumers a better way to decide what wine to buy — a recommendation engine that can match people’s various tastes to the myriad attributes of various wines. He’s envisioned that he … Continue reading

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Fashion Social Commerce

Source: Guardian (UK), May 2012 By enabling customers to comment on and influence product lines, high street shops could revitalise the relationships they have with their customers. Innovative technology such as interactive dressing rooms combined with social media could transform … Continue reading

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Google Glasses at the Google+ Conference

Source: The Verge, May 2012 During a session that was initially about what photographers wanted to see next from the social network, Tech Lead for Project Glass Max Braun came on stage (MIN 48 onwards) to showcase some of the ways the … Continue reading

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