Nreal brings VR, AR, and XR technologies to the mass market
These device will allow users to play digital games, navigate maps, explore digital landscapes, talk to people thousands of miles away with a sense of hyper-realism, or even chat with a hologram assistant, among other functions.
Glasses are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, which allows a 52-degree horizontal field of view (FOV) at 1080p resolution, while also supporting six-degree-of-freedom (6DoF), a technology that permits users to move forward, backward, left, right, up and down in the virtual world.
Augmented reality (AR) technology will potentially allow users to blend digital objects with the real-world environment, like in sci-fi movies, in a person’s field of vision.
Instead of on-board processing, the AR glasses require a connection to Android phone, which also serves as the controller.
Tairuo Technology has developed the Nreal AR glasses that are less cumbersome and they don’t block out the physical world. The 3D virtual images displayed over the lenses were bright, vivid, and quite convincing.
According to the company, the Light glasses will also support video calls, holographic collaborative workspaces, and other AR apps.
The Nreal Light also has 360-degree spatial sound and built-in microphones to enable upcoming voice control.
Light glasses still need a wired connection to smartphones to operate.