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Engadget: Presenting our Best of CES 2014 Awards winners

By January 10, 2014Newswires

By Sarah Silbert


It wasn’t too long ago that virtual reality headsets were nothing more than a punch line (remember the Virtual Boy?). But thanks to wunderkind Palmer Luckey, the wearable tech has resumed its place as a promising technology of tomorrow. The Crystal Cove prototype shown off at this year’s CES adds depth sensing via an external camera, a 1080p OLED display for improved clarity and shucks off possibly one of its worst cons: motion blur. With Crystal Cove, Oculus is bringing VR that much closer to reality. — Joseph Volpe, Senior Editor

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