Epson Moverio BT-200 Glasses

Before you say anything — no, the Epson Moverio BT-200 Glasses aren't meant to be the kind of wearable tech that you'd put on in public — at least, we hope not. These are augmented reality smart glasses, meant for wearing to watch and interact with video, and play games. Equipped with dual screens for two-dimensional and three-dimensional viewing, they project video at a pixel resolution comparable to most HD TVs. An attached Android-powered device controls the experience with a textured touchpad. Equipped with motion sensors, GPS, and a gyroscope, the glasses take inputs from rear-world movement and apply it to whatever you view.

  • MakerBot Replicator Mini

    The biggest complaint so far when it comes to consumer-level 3D printing has been the barrier to access — 3D printers are too expensive, too hard to use, too large to fit into a small space, and materials are too hard to come by. The MakerBot Replicator Mini ($1,400) takes huge leaps into making 3D printing at home a lot more approachable. By reducing the price to almost a quarter of their previous models, they've made it a little more attainable for the average guy, while making its footprint considerably smaller. With a reimagined interface, wireless connectivity, a digital store for downloading designs, and touch-and-print capability, it's never been easier to get started with rapid prototyping and modeling. An onboard camera for monitoring the process, a replaceable extruder, and compatibility with Makerbot PLA filament just make it that much easier.

  • Garmin Vivofit

    It seems everyone and their mother is throwing their hat into the wrist-worn fitness tracker ring lately — and Garmin is no exception. The Garmin Vivofit ($170) is pretty typical as far as the competition is concerned, save one important feature. Its user-replaceable battery will last up to one year at a time, saving you from annoying recharges every couple of days. Meant to be worn at all times, it tracks your sleep as well as your physical activity, and has functionality that monitors how long you've been stationary, letting you know to get up and walk every hour. It's also water resistant, available in a range of colors, and syncs automatically to their online fitness community, letting you log miles, compete with friends, and more.

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