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    Vuzix Smart Glasses M100, Vuzix Corporation, Rochester, New York, USA

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    MWC 2014: Vuzix creates Glass-like gadget for industrial use

    Published on Feb 24, 2014

    The M100 smart glasses from Vuzix run Anrdoid and installed applications versus ones from the cloud like Google Glass.

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    CES 2013: Hands-On with Vuzix Smart Glasses M100

    Published on Jan 7, 2013

    We put on a working prototype of Vuzix's new Smart Glasses M100 and chat with Vuzix's CEO about his vision for this heads-up display system. Turns out, it's a fully self-contained Android device with its own processor and storage. Learn why that makes it different from Google's Project Glass.

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    Vuzix Google Glass competitor finally works — CES 2015

    Published on Jan 7, 2015

    ...but it still makes you look like a dork.

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    Vuzix next generation Smart Glass design

    Published on Jan 30, 2015

    Vuzix is showing their next generation 1.4mm display engine that can fit into products that look like normal sunglasses, will support augmented reality, virtual reality and 3D. Intel just invested $25 million to buy 30% of Vuzix to help Vuzix get that next generation smart glass design to the consumer market sooner.

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    Article "Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses Prescription Safety Eyewear Now Available"
    Safety Standard Expands Industrial Opportunities for M100 Smart Glasses

    July 27, 2015

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    Essert's Remote Support System with Vuzix M100 Smart Glasses

    Published on Dec 16, 2015

    See how enterprises can use Essert's remote support system with Vuzix's M100 Smart Glasses

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    Vuzix Blade AR glasses first impressions

    Published on Jan 3, 2019

    Google Glass were the first-ever smart, augmented-reality glasses to be sold to the public. It was supposed to be the perfect way to overlay the digital world on top of the real one. But then Google called it quits several years ago. Now there’s a new pair of glasses that attempt to pick up where Google Glass left off. It’s called the Vuzix Blade and it’ll cost almost $1,000.

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