At CES 2014, another Google Glass competitor focuses more on augmented reality, less on wearability.
The Motorola Razrwire Bluetooth Eyewear is great for those who want a pair of high-fashion sunglasses, as well as a Bluetooth headset in a single package, but we were not impressed with the overall idea. It's also very expensive ($294.99), but that includes the glasses and the headset. The Bluetooth headset is limited to use with the included pair of sunglasses only.
These smartglasses from CES 2014 focus on augmented reality, not on style.
This bulky effort does more than Google Glass, for less.
CSIRO's Smart Vision AR tech makes it easy to get a realistic idea of what your next pair of shades will look like on you.
Google Glass is just the latest in the long history of glasses designed to augment human life. We have pictures showing the evolution of digital eyewear from 1968 through 2013, most of which were on display at the Augmented Reality Expo.
Android and Glass get a lot of attention at Google I/O, but Chrome and Web programming sessions are core to Google's conference for developers.
Hoping to carve out a new type of personal computing, Google shows off how to use its computerized eyewear to search, navigate, chat, and take photos.
I wear my sunglasses at night so I can so I can hopefully reset my screwed-up sleep rhythms.
The trendy eyeglass e-commerce company raises millions in another round of venture capital funding.