VR headsets can offer unique immersive experiences. They also tend to be bulky at best and aren't anything you'd want to use in public. Founded by a team of Apple and Google veterans, Viture is out to change that with the One. The smart glasses look like chunky Wayfarers, but display 1080/60p images on a virtual 120" screen, with speakers built into the temples for immersive spatial sound. Instead of building all the guts into the glasses, they're paired with a Neckband running Google ATV, giving them access to any app on the Google Play Store. As a result, they can play games from cloud services like Stadia or remotely from a console or PC, play shows and movies from nearly every major streaming platform, and with an optional mobile dock, can also play Switch games. Fully funded on Kickstarter, they're expected to begin shipping in October.