Develops AR helmets to compete with Apple / Meta

Google, Google: Develops AR helmets to compete with Apple / Meta

AR helmets to compete with the pioneers Apple and Meta began to develop Google. According to a report by The Verge, it will “combine computer graphics with a real-world video stream” to deliver an immersive AR experience, with a test release scheduled for 2024.

The helmet, codenamed Project Iris, is described in Google as a “secret” with about 300 employees working on it. Project Iris will use a range of sensors and cameras to view computer-generated content in the real world.

A technical challenge with such a headset is the ability to calculate complex 3D environments using chipsets for high-performance mobile phones. Project Iris seems to be powered by a custom Google processor, while, in terms of software, it will be powered by Android. Of course, Google’s to-do lists indicate that a new operating system designed specifically for AR could be under development.

Antonis Giagdzoglou is a journalist with many collaborations with online media. He writes articles about new technologies and technologies that improve our lives while collaborating with advertising companies and managing social media companies.

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