Intel announced a new “multiyear R&D collaboration” with Luxottica Group on Wednesday. Luxottica isn’t a household name, but as one of the biggest makers of premium glasses frames — controlling a reported 80 percent of all brands worldwide — if you own a pair of Ray-Bans, Oakleys, or Persols, you already own an example of its products.
It’s an interesting announcement coming a few days after the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is planning to use Intel chips in the next version of Google Glass. If [company]Google[/company] is working with [company]Intel[/company], and Intel is working with [company]Luxxotica[/company], it’s no longer out of the question that versions of Google’s head-worn computer in the near future could look more like a decent pair of sunglasses or eyeglasses.
This isn’t the first time that Luxottica has been officially tied to Google Glass. Back in March, Luxottica announced an agreement with Google to “design, develop, and…
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