Sensing eye movement and head motion, these smart fitness glasses from a Japanese eyewear company are aiming to reduce driving fatigue...and look completely normal.
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.
The Tyia wearable features a leather strap and a mother of pearl finish that flashes custom colours depending on the notification.
Japanese eyewear company Jins has smart glasses that track posture, eye movement and how fatigued your eyes are; we tried them on our weary faces at CES 2015.
Some of the most innovative startups at CES weren't on the main show floor.
By stimulating nerves, Quell can help relieve chronic pain without the need for medication.
Companies big and small at the CES trade show have been eager to show off devices that promise to help us live a healthier life.
Sure, there's wearable tech all over the place in Las Vegas. But it's getting harder to realize it's there.
We took a few moments to battle spaceships with wireless game controllers using Razer's latest entry into VR gaming.
This mouthguard lights up if you get hit and helps you decide when to get medical treatment.