During World Mobile CongressStarting on February 27 and continuing in Barcelona until March 2, Chinese brand Xiaomi introduced its new augmented reality glasses: Xiaomi Wireless AR Glasses Discovery Edition

According to Xiaomi, the lenses are a high speed data connection. It is built on the Snapdragon® XR2 Gen 1 platform, making it compatible with the Snapdragon Spaces™ XR developer platform.

A wireless connection product 3 meters delay between smart phone and glasses. Moreover, this connection is low enough to compare with wired products.

This Xiaomi Wireless AR Glasses Discovery Edition They weigh only 126 grams, as they are made of lightweight materials such as magnesium and lithium alloys, carbon fiber parts, and anode and oxygen battery developed by the same brand.

In addition, Xiaomi has precisely calibrated the glasses, based on the analysis of thousands of head tracking samples. center of gravity, distance between legs, angle or nose support.

The product has a display with the following features: “retinal level”that is, it will enable users to perceive virtual objects as vividly and clearly as physical objects.

According to the company, these are the first lenses to achieve an angular resolution of 58 pixels, so the human eye practically cannot distinguish grains in an image.

This Xiaomi Wireless AR Glass It also comes with free-form light guide prisms for clear image viewing. These prisms perform complex refractions of light in a limited volume before the user can view the content.

The product also has micro motion interaction High sensitivity so that the user can control the content with one hand.

To recognize gestures, Xiaomi uses the knuckles on the inside of the fingers to give movement instructions. In addition, 12 knuckles allow text entry by touching the thumb in the finger area.

Xiaomi explains that this functionality allows for everyday and simple operations such as selecting and opening applications, turning the page and exiting the main menu without using the mobile phone.

It is not yet known what the price of the lenses will be, but they will be gray in color and will have three sizes of nose pieces. Additionally, they will be compatible with Qualcomm Snapdragon Spaces, OpenXR and Microsoft MRTK.

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Source: Exame

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