PD&D TV Host Louise Rainone talks to Jason Kaplan of Sensics at CES 2012 about head-tracking 3D Smart Goggles, a new spin on virtual reality goggles.

With an embedded android processor, the headset is essentially a computer that you mount to your head.

The goggles have cameras designed into the front of the mask, which sense the movement of peripherals (arms, steering wheel, etc) and integrate it into the game.

The platform is also built to incorporate augmented reality.

Louise takes the Smart Goggles for a test spin and destroys a few virtual buildings in the process.

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