CES Augmented Reality roundup

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CES is kicking off in Las Vegas this week, and as expected there’s plenty of augmented reality news bursting out of the show halls. We’ll take a look at the key players and products in depth over the weekend. But first up, here’s the key news and pieces that have surfaced

First Amazon Alexa-enabled digital glasses to debut at CES –  Vuzix Corp. demonstrates its pair of Powershelf-powered smart glasses that users can interact and talk to Amazon.com’s voice-activated digital assistant, display results and information to the wearer’s field of view.


Powershelf Stock to Sight and Pick-to-Sight, powered by Vuzix (PRNewsfoto/Vuzix Corporation)

A rival to Recoil, covered last year, Merge Blaster from MergeVR is another run-and-gun game with phones adding the AR feature by bolting them to plastic weapons.

One-time camera maker Vivitar is embracing AR wholesale and has a raft of products on show at CES. The new products include a headset for children to view 3D models of animals, a microscope that uses augmented reality to learn more about the tiny world under the lens, plus an AR globe that lets kids explore the world and learn about different cultures.

Another kid’s product is Kolibree’s AR toothbrush that provides AR games and fun to encourage youngsters to brush more and keep their teeth clean.


Expect plenty more updates over the week.

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