The revolution has just begun. This is what the world looks like with AR glasses

After years of announcements, presenting concepts and bragging about more or less successful prototypes. Nreal has launched its first commercial AR glasses for smartphones. This is one of the first devices of this type at all.

The equipment was sold in the United States, Germany, Spain, Japan and South Korea, and it is distributed by local distributors. The first films presenting Nreal Light glasses in action are now available on the web.

AR glasses on video

Nreal Light allows you to record a mix of real and virtual images using the built-in camera, but such videos do not accurately reflect what the user sees. Youtuber Ben Geskin instead put the camera to the lenses of his glasses and thus captured what you see for real.

The glasses are connected wirelessly with the smartphone, which is responsible for processing the necessary software. User can view in front of himself 5 applications simultaneously and switch between them simply by moving your eyes to the next windows.

Windows can be used freely scale and arrange in space. Nothing prevents you from “placing” a virtual screen with a film of up to 220 inches on a blank wall.

Augmented reality glasses generate not only flat, but also three-dimensional objects. It looks as if you are interacting with real holograms.

A smartphone is used for navigation as an indicator.

You can see that the first generation augmented reality glasses need to be tweaked a few things

In recent years, manufacturers have made huge strides in minimizing (remember HoloLens?), But glasses like Nreal Light are still big and crude. The first reviewers note that they are suitable for home use, but it is too early to walk around the city wearing such glasses.

In addition, it cannot be hidden that it is an electronic gadget, which is revealed by the “blinds” on the glasses, stuffed with the necessary sensors. And these types of gadgets are ultimately to be indistinguishable from ordinary glasses.

For now, AR glasses of this type also require this wired connection with external devices, i.e. a computer or & hairsp; – & hairsp; in this case & hairsp; – & hairsp; smartphone. However, the producers dream of making the augmented reality glasses fully autonomous devices.

The fact that the virtual image may also be irritating is not displayed over the entire surface of the lensbut in a small area. This is an aspect that will probably be improved from generation to generation.

Augmented reality is the future

Virtually all technological people are interested in this technology. Apple has so much hopes in it that it assumes that the AR glasses will completely replace smartphones within 10 years.

Facebook & hairsp; – & hairsp; actually Meta & hairsp; – & hairsp; has just changed the company’s entire name, precisely to emphasize its contribution to the construction of the “metaverse”. It is a platform focused on virtual and augmented reality.

Qualcomm & hairsp; – & hairsp; one of the largest smartphone chip vendors & hairsp; – & hairsp; has built the Snapdragon Spaces development platform and predicts that there will be a flood of such devices in 2022.

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