In the Qualcomm booth at CES 2013, the company is showing some new uses for augmented reality that have great potential for education.
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At the end of 2014, the company expects to ship the Atheer One to consumers who want to be at the frontier of virtual, wearable computing.
The Qualcomm-modified device can be controlled using a tablet, and notifies you when your brew is ready to imbibe.
Paul Jacobs gave a pre-show CES keynote that featured everyone from Microsoft's Steve Ballmer to Desmond Tutu. He detailed a world where everything is connected and showed how Qualcomm fits in.
Qualcomm's CEO snags a coveted keynote slot, focusing on the Snapdragon processor and all things mobile.