Apple is allocating a rather sizeable portion of its resources towards creating the next mainstream Augmented Reality (AR) device – focusing on what they believe is a “technology for everyone— not unlike smartphones.” Mira Prism, a Los Angeles-based startup, is using its $1.5 million seed round by Sequoia to develop a $99 AR headset that overlays holographic images from your smartphone onto the real world.

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With a mission to eliminate distractions through technology, the Navdy Head-Up Display (HUD) is a transparent dashboard mount that allows users to stay connected while seeing the road ahead.

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Sphero 2.0

Considered the “world’s first app-enabled robotic ball,” the iOS/Android compatible Sphero 2.0 is capable of rolling up to 4.5 mph and is completely waterproof.

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The LA-based augmented reality company DAQRI is engineering an all-new level of safety in the workplace that beautifully merges technology with industrial efficiency. The DAQRI Smart Helmet is a visionary tool for the 21st century worker that promises to reveal the unseen in the workplace.

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Winners of three CES 2017 Innovation Award categories, ODG built the R-9 smartglasses on the company’s highly intuitive Project Horizon platform.

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Meta 2

With its 2560 x 1440 high-dpi display and its near 90-degree field of view, Meta 2’s see-through headset is poised to take over how we interact with digital content.

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