Glass Half Full
We Asked Early Adopters of Google Glass If They're Excited About Version 2.0
After version one inspired a wave of panic about "Glassholes" and was discontinued, Google's parent company Alphabet is trying again—this time, in the workplace.
This Filmmaker Installed a Video Camera Into His Right Eye Socket
A gun accident left Rob Spence blind in one eye as a kid. So he put a working camera there.
Google Glass Could Be a Social Gamechanger For Kids on the Autism Spectrum
Glasses equipped with artificial intelligence help people through social interactions.
Where Do Old iMacs Go Anyway? Right, They’re Upgraded Into Aquariums
Artists are finding new ways to put old gadgets to good use.
The Latest Magic Leap 'Mixed Reality' Demo Is Pretty Badass
The secretive Google-backed company plans to sell 'millions of the things.'
What It's Like to Be the First VR Cam Girl
Performer and developer Ela Darling tells us about the complications of filming for 3D virtual reality.
Google Glass Is Back and Taking a Cue from HoloLens
It’s business in the front, party in an undisclosed location.
Apple's Wacky Vision of the Future From 1987 Never Gets Old
It's never a bad time for this classic 1987 forward-looking Apple ad.
This Prototype Holographic Heads-Up Display Is What Google Glass Should've Been
This headset enables holographic images to be displayed in front of the wearer's field of vision in full colour.
The State of Augmented Reality in a Post-Google Glass World
Welcome to AR's fortress of solitude.
Why Is This Still a Thing?
Why Is Google Glass Still a Thing?
Google Glass is not dead.
These People Are Livestreaming Their Own Living Rooms to Other Gamers
Social gaming is a big deal now. But in an age where we are becoming fiercely protective of our right to privacy, why would we choose to invite anonymous strangers into our living rooms?