5 of the best wearable gadgets
Vuzix Wrap 1200VR £500 vuzix.com
3D video goggles? Oh, it’s much better than that. This wantonly geeky headset tracks your head’s pitch, yaw and roll, which means proper virtual reality in compatible PC games. With MS Flight Simulator X, you can explore the cockpit as you fly; in MW3, you target baddies by turning to face them. With practice it’s quick and accurate – better even than the Virtuality machine parked outside my local ice rink in 1994. But it’d be much, much cooler if the dual screens in the goggles conspired to produce a bigger, sharper image (desktop text is almost unreadable), and if blacks didn’t come out grey.