Friday, January 8, 2016

CES 2016: Daqri Smart Helmet

Daqri Smart Helmet.  (Wired, 1/6/2016)
Designed for construction workers. The Daqri, which made an appearance during Intel’s keynote this week, and which, importantly, is actually shipping, doesn’t just look futuristic. It acts the part, too, with a heads-up display that makes a construction site an augmented reality playground
See the 'unlisted' video here.

According to a 1/6/2016 c|net post, the helmet will be available for purchase in March.  Sorry, corporate customers only; no individual sales.  Priced "somewhere in the ballpark of $5,000 to $15,000 per unit".  Quite the spacious ballpark, I'd say.

Other CES 2016 posts:
This shower head tells you when your time is up.  (1/7/2015)
According to this HairMax instructional video, 82 medical-grade lasers will put a smile on your face.  (1/6/2016)
You may or may not get a charge out of the Digitsole Smartshoe.  (1/6/2016)
Enrich your family life with this Samsung Smart Family Hub Fridge.  (1/6/2016)

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