MIT researchers develop a ring-like wearable device that helps the blind read print or electronic displays.
Gesture-based music in the style of Imogen Heap comes to your hands from Kickstarter.
With Google Glass available to the public (at least for today), Samsung seems to be scrambling to get their AR act together.
Either Google is clearing out stock for a new model, or it really wants more people to buy Google Glass.
If this sleek sucker ends up being the real deal, we could be witnessing Will.i.am's rebirth as the next Steve Jobs.
More than a smartwatch but less than a smartphone, this is the world's first "wrist communicator".
Step aside voice recognition, Samsung's augmented reality keyboard projects a keyboard onto your fingers — your FINGERS.
If this sucker works as well as it seems, there could very well be Time Lord technology in this wristband.
Whether you're planning a hike or need to schlep rock samples across the surface of the Moon, this gesture-controlled robot will do the heavy lifting for you.
Don't like Google Glass's cyborg-like looks? Icis is a stealthier Google Glass alternative that won't attract unwanted attention.