Microsoft HoloLens, Glass's Glass, and Magic Leap One are mostly customers and a booster organization. Nreal also owns the Nreal Light smart glasses, but the company is now offering a lightweight, distilled version that the mainstream will likely accept.
The Chinese company Nreal is gaining more and more augmented reality glasses among consumers. Its latest smart glasses are called the Nreal Air and are supposed to be a cheaper and lighter alternative to the Nreal Light. The picture is before your eyes, and as the name suggests, the Nreal Air is 27% lighter than its predecessor and weighs only 77 grams, but it comes at the cost of some features. With true light, you receive spatial awareness, manual tracking, and the ability to interact with what you see.
Since then, the hardware has evolved enough to allow a more Compact, but there is a problem. The Nreal Light glasses must be connected to a smartphone, as was the case with the Nreal Light. The company uses it as a way to display a huge 201-inch TV in front of your eyes as if you were standing 6 meters away, or a 130-inch screen visible from a distance of four metres. In other words, the Nreal Air is designed to mirror your phone's screen in a 46-degree field of view.
Small 90Hz OLED screens have a resolution of 49ppi, which is a little better. From 42 pixels in degrees you get with real light. You can also use the adjustable rake system to change the viewing angle step by step and watch content with your friends or family through the shared theater feature. In terms of compatibility, Nreal Air works with "most" Android phones, and you can also connect it to your iPhone or iPad - something you can't do with Nreal Light.
Nreal doesn't have a Facebook, Apple, or Amazon scale, but it seems that this small Chinese startup intends to jump on it in the same way that Xiaomi has successfully conquered the smartphone crown. Whether it will work or not, only time will tell.
Nreal's latest augmented reality glasses is a wearable 201 inch TV