I accept the "augmented reality is the future" argument, even though I think living with real reality is just fine. But I don't agree that it applies here. This isn't augmented reality -- it's literally online video, up against your eyeballs, inside a hat with curtains.
The video hat probably isn't the best product to promote augmented reality, but it's definitely one way to get a "nice augmented reality" hack without hacking it yourself (actual augmented reality hardware and software not included).
Thank you! Yes, I am very confused about the jogging person or the people walking around in public with these on. Seems the makers of TV Hat didn't take into consideration that one can't actually see what's before him/her when wearing a television in front of one's face. Minor detail!
Marissa Mayer at Yahoo has come out with her strategy on turning the company around: culture, company, calibration, and compensation. But Yahoo needs to have a technical approach to the mobile cloud opportunity, not a management theory lesson.
Apple is falling further behind in the smartphone space but it looks as if Google is falling behind in the tablet world, and that may be the most important device in the mobile market. But there's still time for Google to catch up.
Verizon's one-data-plan-for-all-devices could revolutionize mobile data by making it practical to have multiple devices share a plan, and thus encourage users to cellular-equip all their portable appliances.
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