There might not be many exciting things happening from Google in the Glass world lately (although we do expect that to change relatively soon), but it’s no secret that virtual reality is on the rise, and that’s sure going to be a hot topic this year at CES 2015. While there might not be much to see in terms of Glass, Google Glass Fans is going to be on the show floor by way of Stephen Hall and Spencer Kleyweg this week to make sure nothing goes unnoticed. And maybe we’ll spend a bit of time covering some upcoming wearable HUD competitors as well.
It’s been a while, friends. I remember when I started SelfScreens (a site broadly aimed at covering wearables) right around the announcement of Google Glass, trying to foresee the coming and impending wave of wearable technology. I probably did some of my best writing to this date when I launched that site because I was so passionate about the idea of wearable technology—and it still astounds me how much potential this upcoming market has. But not long after, I decided I needed to specialize. I needed to focus on one thing. And Glass is what excited me the most.