Mojo wants to create a display that delivers augmented reality to a pair of contact lenses. Here’s how the lenses work and what you’ll be able to use them for.
The Magic Leap AR glasses have been hard to find, but we finally got time with them to see where they excel and where they can grow.
Today I recorded music in augmented reality, and it's all thanks to Sennheiser’s Ambeo AR One headphones.
A new headset from Toshiba lets business users share their point of view, make Skype calls or read documents in the field.
Bose's mind-blowing AR glasses can play you music and show you around town -- and they look cool, to boot.
These $499 Smart Glasses feature an AR screen that puts your heart rate, distance and other key stats right in your field of view.
The Meta 2 headset brings haptic feedback to augmented reality, letting you reach out and touch objects that aren't there.
The Vuzix Blade augmented-reality glasses are light and comfortable, offer a clear color display and Alexa, but are pretty pricey at $1,000.
The Rokid AR Glasses make interacting with augmented reality fairly easy with different gestures, but it could use more time in the oven and more apps before launch.
This augmented reality headset uses object recognition to identify people and places, then imposes important information on your field of view.
The Star Wars Jedi Challenges headset delivers the most realistic lightsaber-battle experience ever right to your living room.
Great for providing remote tech support, Chalk is a clever augmented-reality video calling app that lets you draw right on the other caller’s field of view.
The $199 Jedi Challenges includes a Mirage AR headset from Lenovo, a lightsaber-shaped controller and a tracking beacon to place you right in the middle of the Star Wars universe.
The $149 Prynt Pocket is a compact iPhone accessory that lets you print photos directly from your phone.
The Meta 2 boasts a wide field of view with a 2560 x 1440 resolution, raising the bar for augmented reality headsets.
Sony Future Labs' conceptual projector turns any surface into an interactive tabletop that can bring storybooks and drawings to life.
At Xbox's E3 2015 booth, I experienced a special HoloLens demo that put me in a real-life Halo ship.
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