AR/MR Hardware Thoughts

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. It is my opinion that companies producing wearable AR and MR tech will not go far if companies continue to be short-sighted and use proprietary software. When everyone can contribute and use then the software (read: operating system) can survive. If I have to rely on an Android or iOS …

Johnny Mnemonic Headset Update

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. A few people have commented that this current headset looks like Johnny Mnemonic. It certainly does. I received some USB 2.0 hubs I should've ordered these . I thought they were 3.0 as I had both windows open but I bought the wrong ones. In any case, they're still awesome. …

Mad Gaze Glow Plus Headset Speculation

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. I tend to do a lot more research on subjects until I've narrowed down my options. This means that if I'm looking for a way to read USB data I'll look at every library out there starting with what I want. For Python 3 I would Google that. If I …

Haori Technology AR Headset Unboxing and Review

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. My Haori AR Headsets came in and I love them. There are elements I wish were changed, however, this is a 180% improvement over what I was doing. Here are some of the screenshots and photos of what it looks like. The view inside is part Triton project and part …

Natural Language Understanding (NLU) With Python

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. One element of SERINDA that I know better than all of the others, including OpenCV and OpenGL, is Natural Language Understanding (NLU). I think since 2009, but may be earlier than that, I have used CMU Sphinx. I know before that I had my own NLU parser written in Java. …

Transparent Overlay

Osiyo. Dohiju? Hey, welcome back. Since finding the Triton project I've been working on a side project with it. The idea is to take the SERINDA work I've done and integrate some of it with Triton. For example, the webspeech work, the OpenCV work, dynamic layouts, etc. In order to do that, I can either …