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Windows 7: Microsoft is looking to patent Google Glass like headset

22 Jul 2014   #1
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Microsoft is looking to patent Google Glass like headset

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Google's Glass headset has been an interesting experiment for the company. By mounting a camera on your head and providing simple controls to take photos/videos and interact with web based data, the product seems like a an easy way to access all of your content on the go. Although, reactions have been mixed to the device and Google's product has started to be banned in some parts of the world.

Microsoft, not wanting to miss out on the head-mounted fun, has filed a patent for a device that appears to be a Google glass competitor. The company describes the device as "a see through display apparatus includes a see-through, head mounted display and sensors on the display which detect audible and visual data in a field of view of the apparatus".
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