Google Glass competitors are on their way, and we've seen them at CES 2013.
They're not exactly VR, but head-worn video glasses were once again lurking in Las Vegas, promising entertainment on your face. Can the idea finally take off?
It's not virtual reality, but the latest headwear from Vuzix offers up big headphones and a large hovering screen for all your games and movies.
Virtual objects mixing into your real-world vision, bringing cinematic magic to life all around you. That's the promise of Magic Leap -- but can it really be as groundbreaking as the hype?
The new optics technology for wearable displays allows for smart glasses to be integrated into standard glasses frames.
The Android-based wearable computing system is now available for pre-order and is ready to take on Google Glass.
Now available for preorder, Vuzix's high-tech specs undercut Google Glass by $500.
Vuzix aims to get its Glass rival glasses out to people this year. We try one on briefly.
A new startup promises the world's first true augmented-reality ski goggles for skiers and snowboarders that you can control with your eyes.
Sure, there's wearable tech all over the place in Las Vegas. But it's getting harder to realize it's there.