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Golden-i, a head-mounted computer

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Golden-i brings the world’s first hands-free mobile computing experience that enables the orchestration of multiple devices through cloud computing. Golden-i was designed for spontaneous information snacking. Using natural speech recognition and six-axis gesture sensing, it provides users with hands-free, spontaneous access to virtually any information in the world, on-demand – including digital information, Internet services and broadcast programming such as real-time, full-color high-resolution streaming video.

The Golden-i device is a lightweight (three-to-six ounce) Bluetooth/WiFi headset with a near-eye, 15-inch virtual PC display and near-ear speaker. The Golden-i monocular display system can be adjusted to be used below either the left or right eye and comfortably worn with glasses, safety glasses, hard hat or helmet.

Chris will give a short presentation and demonstration of Golden-i. See for more information.

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