The false in a true video sharing glasses

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The unwavering ingress of the new sunglasses into a becoming technology oriented business industry meets with a suspension of a crowd funding website, kickstarter because of the said suspicious history with spamming and well as the inconsistencies. The so-called video sharing sunglasses enables user to have two different gadgets that can get transform into other functionality. The sunglasses has a camera places in between the lenses where it can be use to record or capture videos of the memorable event of your life or even the toughest part which then can save to the SD card built in the sunglasses. It can transform into sunglasses by just flipping a switch to active the opposition. However, Micron Associates pointed out that this kind of development by IndieGoGois said has an inherent risks.In addition, the concept itself isn’t complex. A pinhole camera is installed in the bridge of the glasses, with the video simply fed to an SD card.

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The false in a true video sharing glasses

  1. 1. The unwavering ingress of thenew sunglasses into a becomingtechnology oriented businessindustry meets with a suspensionof a crowd funding website,kickstarter because of the saidsuspicious history with spammingand well as the inconsistencies.
  2. 2. The so-called video sharing sunglassesenables user to have two differentgadgets that can get transform into otherfunctionality. The sunglasses has acamera places in between the lenseswhere it can be use to record or capturevideos of the memorable event of yourlife or even the toughest part which thencan save to the SD card built in thesunglasses. It can transform intosunglasses by just flipping a switch toactive the opposition.
  3. 3. However, Micron Associates pointedout that this kind of development byIndieGoGois said has an inherentrisks.In addition, the concept itselfisn‟t complex. A pinhole camera isinstalled in the bridge of the glasses,with the video simply fed to an SDcard.
  4. 4. To darken the lenses, the project will use“chromatic shifting conductive glass.” Anelectrical current, typically just 1 volt, isapplied to the conducting carbon layer thatcoats the lenses, which tints them. The layeritself is just 30 micrometers thin (about a thirdthe width of a human hair).So far, the IndieGoGo project has raised nearlyhalf of its $50,000 goal. To snag the finalproduct will run you $189, and the glasses willlater retail for $299.
  5. 5. While there is little to suggest thatVergence Labs has any attachmentwith ZionEyez, the team does have atroubled history. VergenceLab‟s projectwas suspended by Kickstarter onlydays ago, despite reaching $63,790pledged of its $50,000 goal.Kickstarterwaned to comment on itsreason, but spam may have been atplay. One Twitter account promotingthe project has almost 7,000 tweets in amatter of a few days.
  6. 6. Stephen Lau, Senior Software Engineer atGoogle, shared some insight on the suspensionin an answer on Quora. “I suspect it was likelydue to the spam (or perceived spam) sent by“Sergey „Grin‟”, or perhaps the comments lefton many articles/blogs covering Project Glasspointingreaders to the Vergence LabsKickstarter.”The Kickstarter Community Guidelines says:First, Spread the word but don‟t spam. Spamincludes sending unsolicited @ messages topeople on Twitter. This makes everyone onKickstarter look bad. Don‟t do it. Second,don‟tpromote a project on other projects‟ pages.Your comments will be deleted and youraccount may be suspended.
  7. 7. Since the project‟s move from Kickstarter toIndieGoGo, there have also been inconsistenciesin its campaign. The IndieGoGo project pagesmakesno mention of Wi-Fi in the glasses tostream the video live, or a launch date, despitehaving announced both in an earlier pressrelease.So, as a result the decision remains hanging andit‟s up for the both of the management whetherto support or not the new tech. Still, they haveto consider the possible said risks and it is alsoimportant to have a clear and understandableanswer about the afflictions of crowd funding.

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