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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Whether you want to experience interactive content by wearing a VR headset or simply reinvent the selfie with the Wiggle Gram effect, the SID camera has a full suite of 3D effects designed specifically for reinventing video and image content. Equipped with digital video calibration software and a form factor that fits into the palm of your hand, SID is an action-packed camera that works seamlessly with your smartphone or laptop.

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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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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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Initially designed for developers, Sony has created SmartEyeglass – augmented eyewear that is part of their action-packed SDK. The developer kit includes an accelerometer, gyroscope, electric compass, brightness sensor, microphone and noise suppression sub microphone.

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Microsoft HoloLens is the first self-contained, holographic computer, enabling you to engage with digital content and interact with holograms in the world around you. By combining both virtual reality and augmented reality, HoloLens allows you to overlay 3D holograms onto any real-world backdrop.

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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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