Although augmented reality is an intriguing concept, it’s unclear whether the globe has enough computer capacity to make such a fantastic vision a reality. Unfazed, Xiaomi has launched the Wireless AR Glass Exploration Edition, a small augmented reality headset that uses the same Snapdragon XR2 Gen 1 processor as the Quest Pro.
The manufacturer claims that these enormous sunglasses provide a stylish method to combine the real and virtual worlds while, most importantly, removing the need for a physical connection to a smartphone.
Xiaomi built the hardware from carbon fibre and magnesium-titanium alloy components to make it lighter, weighing only 126g (4.4 ounces). Also, it features a specially developed silicon-oxygen anode battery, which Xiaomi claims would lessen the user’s physical workload.
Below are the tweets from founder and CEO Of Xiaomi about the New wireless AR Glasses.
(One user disagrees, saying from experience that anything pressing on your nose that weighs more than 100g is still too much to bear for prolonged periods of time.)
About the displays, the headgear is equipped with two microOLED screens that are connected to two “free-form, light-guiding” prisms that are so pixel-dense that your eyes won’t be able to distinguish the squares.
Also, the firm claims that you’ll see less brightness loss compared with other close-up displays and that it has a 1,200 nit peak brightness. Also, the electrochromic front of the glasses automatically dims to help with immersion when you need to concentrate on the virtual environment.
Our hands might allegedly be utilised to engage with the digital world thanks to the superior hand-tracking technology. In a concept film, a wearer turns off a smart light by turning a virtual switch that is hovering above the actual object. Users will also be able to flick and tap their way through the internet (or video), much like in Minority Report, and possibly use these for productivity as well.
Additionally, Qualcomm has ambitions to use the development of these glasses to advance XR products by utilising its Snapdragon Spaces platform.
When used with a suitable device, such as the new Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi’s hardware guarantees latency levels so low that you won’t even notice the absence of a wire. Also, the business promises to “work closely with developers to speed the debut of AR,” which is so important in the still-emerging field.
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Given that this item is still very much in the concept stage, there is, regrettably, no information on price or availability. Hence, unless you’re incredibly patient, we wouldn’t advise opening a separate savings account to set money aside for one of these.
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