The Nreal Air AR smartglasses are really stylish.
, by raj, 1 min reading time
Nreal, a Chinese augmented reality company, has introduced the Nreal Air smartglasses, which increase the ante in terms of size, weight, and design.
The Nreal Air is only 77 grammes (a pair of Wayfarers is 45 grammes) and has dual tiny OLED screens that can simulate a 201-inch display at a distance of 6 metres with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
The screen has a resolution of 49 pixels per degree (PPD) and a viewing angle of 46 degrees.
The best augmented reality smart glasses, Nreal, claims that its specs are more about consuming content than generating it, unlike Snap Spectacles AR and Ray-Ban Stories. There is no forward-facing camera, and the firm claims that users of the Nreal spend the mathey discovered that Nreal Light was used by a majority of their consumers to watch cjority of their time viewing videos.
Chi XU, founder of Nreal said that in Korea ontent. He also stated that Nreal Air expands on Nreal Light and that their aim was to promote augumented reality across the world. With Nreal Air they have reduced the benefits of a portable movie theatre into lightweight AR sunglasses so that they are affordable.
There doesn't appear to be a built-in smart assistant, so voice control isn't an option.
At CES 2019, Nreal Light specifications were tested and the visual clarity of the OLED display for viewing videos was fantastic. These Ray-Ban Wayferer-style sunglasses appear to be more suited to wearing in public, such as on aircraft or trains when the world returns to normal.
The Nreal Air will cost "a fraction of the price" of the Nreal Light, according to the company. It will debut in Asia in December 2021, and select additional regions will follow in 2022.
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