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Intel Corp. has acquired a stake in Vuzix, a major maker of smart eyewear and virtual reality hardware. The move will allow Vuzix to boost spending on development of Internet-connected glasses akin to Google Glass. The investment will also ensure that the forthcoming devices from Vuzix use Intel system-on-chips, something Intel clearly needs.

Under the terms of the agreement between Intel and Vuzix, the former will invest a total of $24.813 million in the latter. Intel will own a 30 per cent stake in Vuzix. In addition, the companies also agreed to sign a collaborative development agreement in the next 45 days. Pursuant to the agreement, the parties will co-design certain products and technologies; in addition, Intel will become a lead partner in commercializing such technologies in certain markets to be agreed upon.
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I'm just starting work with the Google Glass SDK. This is definitely something to keep an eye on in the near future.
 

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I'm just starting work with the Google Glass SDK. This is definitely something to keep an eye on in the near future.
Keep an "eye" on, I see what you did there
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Keep an "eye" on, I see what you did there
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Didn't even realize the pun
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Speaking of keeping an eye on things, I wonder if we'll ever get to the point where you can have the option to have Google glass like displays transplanted into your eye. They do lens replacement when you get really bad cataracts, it would neat to have an option for a smart lens.
 
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