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At this juncture, Meta's product is still a bulky, tethered pair of glasses for developers that only works indoors. It's Meta's version of the Apple I, which was housed in a homemade wooden enclosure. What Meta hopes to achieve is the equivalent of a virtual MacBook Air and iPhone loaded with sensors incorporated into a pair of Ray-Bans sitting on your head. And it will be priced more like a high-end tablet or laptop computer than a wearable smartphone accessory. Never mind that it took Apple 32 years to go from the Apple I to the MacBook Air. From where Gribetz sits wearing his first-generation Meta glasses, all the elements are in place for a speedy drive to the natural machine revolution.

Gribetz says he is prepared to "go to the mattresses," in Godfather-speak, for as long as it takes to succeed, citing the advantages of being young, small, and nimble, If Apple could succeed in the midst of IBM and Microsoft, why not Meta? And Meta doesn't need to conquer the competition -- it just needs otterbox defender series iphone 6s / 6 case - black to lead the higher-functioning, natural machine market, "Meta is addressing a different use case, with an immersive graphical interface," Gribetz said, "Simultaneously, Google will have a $400 notification machine and we'll have a $1,000 virtual computer."Of course, Google won't be content to just offer a notification machine as the technology for natural computing becomes smaller and cheaper, In addition to the giants of Silicon Valley, other startups are focusing on wearable and augmented-reality computing, Atheer Labs, for example, is developing an augmented-reality software platform for Android..

"We will stay small and agile and live off soup and beans for a little longer," Gribetz said. However, with angel investors and venture capitalists paying visits to the startup mansion in Los Altos Hills, Meta's team could be upgrading to sushi. "As a platform play, we are more like Apple, potentially more value but higher risk," he said. "In the valley, VCs are ballsy, and more interested in upside than downside."Meta's dream of staying independent and becoming the next Apple will depend on having developers who believe in the platform as a business and create irresistible apps. In the month since its Kickstarter campaign began, Meta has signed up 500 developers for prototype glasses and the software development kit for around $600 each. (The price on Meta's Web site is now $667, $1 more than the original Apple computer.) The company just spent $60,000 for a marketing campaign and video (the Kickstarter campaign cost $2,500 to produce) with a goal of signing up 2,000 to 4,000 more developers.

Meta's Road Map, "Every company that tries to change goes through a period of bulkiness," Grebitz said, "We are packing a large number of sensors into one pair of otterbox defender series iphone 6s / 6 case - black glasses, Google is taking a safer way with a minimalistic processor and GPU, Our philosophy is to make it fun before you make it small, We can show that the technology shown in 'Iron Man' can work, and then we miniaturize it, following Moore's Law, When the glasses are stylish and field of view is big, there is the capability to replace computers."In a year and half to two years, Meta will have miniaturized its technology into a pair of slick Ray-Bans, Gribetz claimed, In early 2014, Meta hopes to introduce untethered glasses with a CPU, GPU, and wireless connectivity that are less bulky than the current version, reducing the weight from 330 grams to 115 grams, The company also needs to integrate other key features, such as voice recognition, maps, and search, from third parties..

The "Imagination Lead"Gribetz is confident that his company can overcome the miniaturization challenges. "We are not so concerned about form factor; it's more about marketing and selling," Gribetz said. On the marketing front, the company just changed its Web site URL from the unmemorable to Even with the technology issues resolved, Meta's glasses won't be a mass-market phenomenon in two years. With a price point around $1,000 and a new interface paradigm, and relatively expensive vertical apps and games, Meta's glasses will have limited audience appeal. Not everyone will be ready to ditch their iPhone 6 or Samsung Galaxy 6 for a kind of virtual supercomputer with apps that appear in front of their eyes on the side of a building, controlled by sticking their hands out in space to type a message or swipe a page.

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