Paul heard that Viewmaster is coming out with an electronic version. Is this true? Leo says yes! He's tried it and it's really cool. It's only around $30 with "in-app" purchases. It allows you to see augmented reality content and it's very cool. It's kind of like Google Cardboard. It does require a smartphone and app to use it, though.
Brendon is a high school student who wants to build his own augmented reality device that works with the Occulus Rift for the National Science Fair. Virtual reality has been around for 20 years, but has only hit the mark lately thanks to micro computers. Brendon wants to create a system that will walk people through repairs step by step. Leo thinks that's a fantastic idea. Brendon is feeling over his head, though.