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1. IEEE goes to space
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers offered a VR experience involving team work and going to Mars.
2. Augmented reality and tablets
IEEE also has a prototype that attaches to the tablet that lets users see textbooks for example, through a viewer.
3. Rapid aging
The R7Oi suit makes the wearer feel as if he or she has aged 40 years.
This HMD wants to be independent of both your computer and your smartphone by using an on-board Android-based computer.
5. Letv's LeVR headset
The LeVR is relatively new and uses a smartphone as a display.
6. Vitruix Omni
This VR game system lets users run or walk in hopes of creating a more immersive game experience.
7. Augmented reality via smart glasses
Sony showed off its SmartEyeglass.
8. NASA and VR
NASA let users experience a few VR apps using both Google Cardboard and the Oculus DK 2.
9. Avegant Glyph
Even though it looks like you’re staring into the band of your headphones, this headset is actually a personal movie theater.
10. Homido Mini
Homido makes a bigger HMD that looks more like an Oculus DK2, but they also showed off this mini viewer that clips onto a smartphone.
11. QDLaser's retinal imaging laser eyewear
It’s a wearable projector that draws images right onto the user’s retina. It offers low vision support.
12. Infinity Augmented Reality
InfinityAR makes the piece of hardware above the glasses in this picture. The stereoscopic cameras help create a digital environment on a physical space.
13. ODG's R-7 glasses
These smart glasses are geared toward enterprise and industrial customers. They’re stand-alone and feature HD 3D stereoscopic displays.
14. Lowe's Holoroom
Marxent partnered with Lowe’s Home Improvement to create the Holoroom. It’s an experience that lets users design a room and then view it in VR. Currently, six Lowe’s stores across the country have a Holoroom, with more on the way.
vTime is a mobile-based social VR experience that lets users meet up in VR locations like a beach or campfire.
16. I Am Cardboard
If you’re looking for a Cardboard unit, you’ve got options, including I Am Cardboard.
YouVisit partners with brands and companies to make 360 video. For example, users can use YouVisit to browse New York restaurants, college campuses, or watch a DJ set from electronic dance music festival Tomorrowland.
Modiface makes a few AR apps, like one that lets users try on wedding dresses. Another lets the user test different types of makeup, and even change their eye color.
19. DAQRI Smart Helmet
The DAQRI Smart Helmet is 4D and augmented reality for the enterprise.
Infinadek is an omnidirectional treadmill for VR.