After three years of testing, Harvard University showed off a swarm of 1024 Kilobots that can self-assemble into various shapes this week. They're still small, but maybe someday, the technology can be used for mightier things (that hopefully don't involve destroying humanity).
Modern Polaxis tells the story of a paranoid time traveller, and the secrets of his book can only be accessed via augmented reality.
Jun Rekimoto, who studies augmented reality at Sony Computer Science Labs, is using cameras, drones and sensors to capture and share what others are seeing and feeling.
The car-maker's 'transparent bonnet' uses cameras and a head-up display to turn the front of your car effectively see-through, giving you a view beneath your auto.
Australian startup Pocketbook has built an app for Google Glass aimed at helping you manage your money during your day-to-day life.
Shoppers used Flow, a standalone app from Amazon's A9 unit, to search for, and purchase, items by simply taking a photo. Now, they can do it straight from the Amazon app.
An Israeli startup hopes to bring features like face detection, voice tone detection, coupons based on your interests and location to your smart glasses.
MIT scientists have created a transparent screen using silver nanoparticles for an augmented reality display.
A panel of industry experts at CES 2014 discusses the ethical quandaries and shared responsibilities with the augmented reality and head-mounted wearables that will change our lives as dramatically as the smartphone.
While Google works to bring a polished Glass device to market, wearables startup Innovega is taking head-mounted displays a step further: contact lenses that interact with full HD glasses.