From Engadget: Google wants Glass-like headsets with holographic displays
Not even remotely surprising – Google Glass always seemed as if it’s already 3/4 of the way there to becoming a full-on AR device. What will be interesting is if they’re able to build the capability into a similar form factor – current AR headsets are too bulky to be used in public and being able to introduce an AR-enabled version of Google Glass would give Google a huge leg up in the area. I’m sure it’s not this simple, as the hardware required to be able to project images over live, moving objects in the real world is an entirely other matter of projecting to a fixed point (as the original Google Glass did), but we’re bound to get there!
Of course, this doesn’t mean that people will find it any more socially acceptable to wear one in public, but we used to think texting in public was tacky, too…