None the less, I figured you might enjoy some links I've found: Ossic X - The surprisingly convincing VR headphones I heard at CES. Bose Hearphones - Quietly announced Bose assisted listening headphones that have smart noise canceling that reduces background noise but can emphasize coherent sounds.
It let's you hear table conversation better in noisy restaurants but also acts as a normal noise canceling headphone and wireless headset. Hear One - Similar to the Bose Hearphone but with some addition features that allow you to EQ and put sound effects on outside sounds. Binauric Open Ears - Similar to the Sennheiser AMBEO Smart Surround, the Binauric Open Ears is both a smart noise canceler and a binaural mic that will allow you to record binaural audio to your smartphone or Go Pro. Avegant Glyph - A combined headphone and VR display.
It also supports background removal, making it ideal for budding You Tubers.
The C920 isn't the most expensive webcam that Logitech makes, but it covers the essentials so well you probably won't need to check out anything more powerful.
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The Zetronix z920VGHD video glasses provide an amazing and immersive 92" virtual display allowing you to watch anything you want in 100% privacy.
Samsung Entrim 4D - Just a press release on this one so far, but boy is this weird.
The Entrim 4D gets the "4" for adding the dimension of motion.
This headphone has a Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation (GVS) device that effects you vestibular balance organs in an attempt to fool you into thinking your body is moving in various controlled directions. Trying to find a contact for more info and a sample when available.
Its long term plans involve bringing this hologram feature to Skype.
Aimed at the corporate crowd, Microsoft describes its communication technology as an immersive tool for virtual business meetings that “gives the remote worker a true seat at the table, the ability to look around the room, turn to a colleague and have a side conversation.