Meta's latest iteration of its augmented reality headset is aggressively priced and set to debut this year.
Vuzix's Blade 3000 specs look more like sunglasses than something that will get you mocked. They could be ready for consumers by 2018.
A new set of tools and instructions allow HoloLens developers to create immersive videos and photos of their software in action.
The Apple CEO said on Good Morning America that he thinks augmented reality offers a larger opportunity for his company.
After keeping the Hololens' Holographic Processing Unit a secret, Microsoft finally revealed the details on what's powering its augmented reality headset.
ModiFace Live's new technology lets you scan a makeup look from a photo or video and wear it in augmented reality.
Google is reportedly working on a standalone headset that blends augmented reality with virtual reality, which could make up for Google Glass.
If people embrace Lenovo's huge new Phab2 Pro phone, it will be because developers have created apps that take advantage of the phone's depth-perception and motion-tracking features.
Soon, third-party devices such as HTC's Vive will be able to run the same Windows Holo apps that power Microsoft's Hololens. Could less expensive headsets be on the way?
Google's depth-sensing and 3D tracking tech got little time in the spotlight at Google's conference, but a handful of demos prove that Project Tango is worth getting excited about.
Microsoft's HoloLens looks like the biggest computing breakthrough in years. Here's everything that's known about the exciting wearable technology, along with what we're still looking to find out.
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.
Lumus' DK-50 augmented reality glasses offer a much wider field of view and brighter images than Microsoft's upcoming HoloLens headset.
Carl Zeiss Smart Optics has a Google Glass alternative that delivers data on the go in a much more subtle and less obtrusive way.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed during a Q&A that he envisions people wearing AR glasses while keeping their phones in their pockets.
Lumo beams interactive games onto the floor of any room, giving kids an interactive space to play in.
Magic Leap's new video showcases what wearing its AR headset could be like, including blasting aliens in your living room and flipping through your inbox in mid-air.
Our AR future is almost here. Microsoft's Windows Holographic will do for Augmented Reality what iPad did for tablets: inspire an industry.
Here are 10 ways you can use Intel's new RealSense 3D (depth-sensing) camera technology, which is appearing in a lot of new PCs and tablets.
Plastic surgery goes digital with a new Beauty Mirror app for iOS that reshapes your face in real time.
Every major advance in knowledge storage and retrieval has disrupted society and frightened a few naysayers along the way. And augmented reality is no different.
Google Glass shows promise as a wearable platform, but it needs longer battery life and more compelling apps.
Google Glass, a device touted as the dawning of a new era of wearable tech, promises to deliver an experience unlike anything you've seen before.