Samsung and Apple are set to announce smart glasses, an innovation that could help the tech companies compete with Google’s Project Glass.
The devices will reportedly include motion sensors, augmented reality technology and 3D glasses that can track images and other data.
Samsung has been developing the glasses for the past year.
Google announced the Project Glass headset in January.
Google’s glasses are projected to cost $2,500 to $3,000.
Google has partnered with Samsung on the project.
Google Glass was announced in January 2016 and was designed to help Google search users for information quickly and easily.
Google released a new version of the headset in February that can be used with Android smartphones.
Apple announced a new pair of glasses that have been in the works for months.
The iPhone XS and XS Max are expected to launch later this year.
Apple’s glasses will feature an augmented reality feature that can project 3D images onto the user’s glasses, allowing the user to see the virtual environment through the device.
Google is also expected to unveil an augmented-reality headset.
Google acquired the startup Visionary Technologies in 2016, but has not yet released any of the technology for use with its smart glasses.