At CES 2014, another Google Glass competitor focuses more on augmented reality, less on wearability.
Traces offers a new way of messaging that allows you to leave digital surprises in real-life locations.
Augmented reality software designer Metaio has created a system that uses thermal imaging to create a touch interface on any object.
Hudway, the augmented-reality app that creates a head-up display for driving by reflecting off your windshield, will be updating with voice assist.
The launch of a new GPS-powered Parrot AR.Drone quadcopter comes good on your biggest spook fantasy: flying autonomously.
Augmented reality ad company Blippar reveals it has developed an app for Google Glass that enables real-time object recognition AR experiences for the first time.
An Israeli startup hopes to bring features like face detection, voice tone detection, coupons based on your interests and location to your smart glasses.
These smartglasses from CES 2014 focus on augmented reality, not on style.
This bulky effort does more than Google Glass, for less.
Whether it's for gaming or just being one of the glassholes, Epson has released a new pair of AR smart glasses.