These augmented reality glasses can be used during games, to watch movies and it even has a hand gesture control function.
The team behind it shared on their Kickstarter page: "MAD Gaze Vader's dual optical display is bright and crisp. Hardware and software are enhanced to intensify your visual enjoyment. Whether you are at home or on a trip, you can immerse yourself in a movie without having to block out the happenings around you.
"Aside from multi-touch and voice control, another alternative - hand gesture control - will be released in December 2017. It is professional, yet fun to use with more interactions ... Imagine controlling the interface like popular fictional character Tony Stark. The hand gesture control function is so fascinating that everyone needs to try!"
It also uses SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping), which takes data from the physical world and puts it into the virtual one.
They added: "SLAM (Simultaneous Localization And Mapping) is used in computer vision technologies which simultaneously keeping track of agent's real location within it. SLAM uses visual data from the physical world in shape of points to make an understanding for the machine, which jointly estimates poses and landmark positions to increase map fidelity. SLAM allows machines to have an eye and understand what is around through visual input by recognizing walls, barriers and floors. It can also create a mesh of our environment to identify walls and objects in your environment allowing everything around you to be an element to interact with. Now, you can truly experience Augmented Reality, experience the powerful interaction between you, your glasses and the environment."