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World's first GPS googles with head mounted display
posted January 24 2011 20:59.06 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Do you remember those high-tech binoculars that generals and other macho-warriors use in cinema battles? The ones that have some kind of display inside and shows general info of the target, like distance, weight, driver's name etc? Take a look at these world's first GPS goggles with head mounted display! They are made mainly for sportsmen like skiers. These googles have a display that shows general data like the speed, some timers, GPS location and many others. I am not sure if they really do not disturb your attention, but they are cool!



[Link: gizmag]
Tags: cool gadget   sports   games and fun   commercial   google   
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