Two researchers in Japan have designed what just may be the world's ugliest pair of glasses to prevent facial recognition software from accurately identifying the wearer.
A new set of glasses costing less than $60 could allow gamers to play using only their eye movements - ideal for the disabled, say its inventors.
Google's Glasses augmented reality technology could be hitting the shelves in less than two years' time, with the company today releasing a video of a drmatic set of stunts as viewed by the people taking part.
People today are often overwhelmed with huge amounts of data, as our smartphones ring, alert, and chime us to a state of perpetual distraction.
Oxford University scientists are protptyping glasses that could help people with severely limited vision see again.
3D gaming may be a relatively nascent medium, but the Executive Director of the S-3D Gaming Alliance tells TG Daily it is here to stay.
3D games like Batman: Arkham Asylum definitely rock. But is the rapidly-evolving medium a fad, or does it represent the industry's future?
RealD is apparently trying to cash in on the "Toy Story 3" craze by promoting kid-sized 3D glasses.
Nintendo has debuted its 3DS handheld console at E3 2010. As expected, the revolutionary device allows gamers to play 3D titles without glasses.
3D TV will never take off until viewers can take off their specs, says Informa Telecoms & Media.
LG Display is currently showcasing a sleek, 47-inch 3D LCD television in Seattle, along with a host of next-gen panels.
Francis Ford Coppola - who directed such classic movies as Godfather and Apocalypse Now - has expressed his profound disappointment with modern 3D entertainment.
The June edition of Playboy magazine is scheduled to hit the stores this Friday with a naked, 3D centerfold.
Toshiba Mobile has designed a 21-inch autostereoscopic high-definition display for use with next-generation 3D monitors.
The first Sony 3D TVs are expected to hit the steaming Japanese streets on June 10th, 2010.
Are awkward and unflattering glasses ruining your 3D experience? Well, Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg insists they aren't.