Augmented reality is not new. Thanks to Pokémon Go, though, people might actually start to care about it.
Them and their stupid, delicate, vulnerable little eyes, always looking at £70 Lego sets and cakes.
A design patent awarded to Magic Leap appears to reveal what the company’s head-mounted display may look like.
AR, a Pensieve for muggles and actual improved vision.
Thermal vision might have been made popular by Predator, but infrared imaging is useful for humans as well as alien hunters.
It would most definitely go down well with perverts.
I suggest you let the wookie win, should you somehow find yourself with a tablet playing against a hairy alien on another planet.
Colour us sceptical about this one.
Jesus Christ, there's a holographic Windows Start menu!
Today I discovered that it is a pretty solid indoor navigation system when you have no GPS, no Wi-Fi, and no clue.
This augmented reality climbing game seems like the perfect antidote to climbing-gym boredom.
That means your holographic Minecraft sessions can't go on for more than a few hours.
This time next year, will we call it The Year of Virtual Reality, The Year of IoT or The Year of 4K?
We’re entering the age of the hologram and they’re going to change your life.
Join me as I sift through fiction and fact from this week's big sack of flour from the rumour mill.
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