If you are not aware of the advancements that are taking place in the technology behind gaming and wearable segment at the moment, then you should know that there are several companies that are working on their own innovative projects.
To name a few, there are Project Tango and Project Ara from Google, Microsoft is also reportedly working on a smartwatch, which will likely to be compatible with a number of smartphones based on different OS including Windows Phone, iOS and Android.
Moreover, in the gaming section, Sony has been working really hard on its Project Morpheus, which is a virtual reality headset designed to fully function with Sony PlayStation 4. The same device was actually demoed by The Verge's Editor-in-Chief, Joshua Topolsky, in the recent TV programme "The Tonight Show."
At the show, Joshua Topolsky was accompanied by Channing Tatum who actually played the game using the same device. However, the thing that drilled curiosity among the tech community was not related to the camera that was showed in the TV show or the Sony device.
You might be surprised to know about the other intersing thing in the show. It was the Motorola's Moto 360 smartwatch. Now, where was this? It was actually being worn by Joshua Topolsky and you can clearly see the device in the image. The watch also blinked a couple of times in the show but none noticed at that moment. However, now that we have already seen it, this might probably mean that the device is in a good-to-go state.
Earleir, rumors pertaning to Moto 360 device suggested that it would arrive with a retail price of €249 (around Rs. 19,997) and that it will launch in early July. Moreover, we could be waiting for Google's I/O developers conference here.