The AR 90Hz goggles weigh only 2.72 ounces, but don't allow you to interact with your surroundings. Have you ever wanted to watch YouTube videos through your sunglasses? This is exactly what Nreal Augmented Reality (AR) announced with Nreal Air today. With a light weight of 77 grams and a small OLED screen, the Nreal Air is just what you need for viewing and entertaining in a real park.
Since the launch of Nreal Light Nreal in 2019, AR technology has evolved so that connecting devices can be smaller. Nreal Air is 27% lighter than Nreal Light (3.74 oz / 106 g), although its performance is lower. There is no manual tracking or spatial awareness, so you cannot communicate what you see. Instead, you have to rely on an app on your smartphone, which must be connected to the Nreal Air to work (as is the case with the Nreal Light).
This is because Nreal Air is no longer more interactive in dragging and dropping furniture around your virtual home or testing clothes through a virtual code before shopping or other augmented reality apps. Instead, Nreal Air is mainly aimed at watching movies on YouTube and other streaming apps.
Nreal Air looks like a pair of sunscreens, but Nreal claims that it's optimized for both indoor and outdoor wear. These glasses can display a virtual screen of up to 201 inches diagonally when viewed from a distance of 19.69 feet (6 meters). This screen operates at 49 pixels per degree (compared to 42 pixels per degree in real lighting) and at a refresh rate of 90 Hz, which means it's with more information than most original screens and TVs, which refresh often at 60 Hz.Advertising
For added convenience in viewing entertainment, the Nreal Air has a three-stage adjustable rake system that allows you to tilt the eyeglass lens and change the viewing angle. Additionally, glass jars use resilient to combat stiffness and slippage.
Nreal claims that the new glasses are more special than the Nreal Light because the company has "simplified the outdoor camera to focus on the theatrical experience. The lenses are surprisingly handy."
Nreal also mentions the Air as the first AR glasses that work with Apple iOS, so you can connect it to your iPhone or iPad. Nreal Light (older version) only works with 5G compatible smartphones that use a Qualcomm chip, so it's not compatible with Apple. Nreal also said that the new Nreal Air works with "most" Android devices.Zoom / Nreal's most powerful light (high) is 3.74 oz. Nreal
Price and release date for Nreal Air
New Nreal augmented reality glasses will target China, Japan and South Korea in December. "The United States (and possibly the European Union) will follow suit," a Nreal spokesperson told Ars Technica. The company is waiting for the completion of cooperation with shipping companies in the United States.
"This has been an ongoing conversation, the United States is the primary market for Nreal products, and in fact Nreal is almost there." email. "2022 is a big year for Nreal in the US (finally)."
We were also told that the price depends on the carriers and will be announced in December. The glasses "are cheaper than the Nreal Light, and according to a Nreal spokesperson, retail is about the cost of a mid-range smartphone." Nreal Light is currently being purchased outside the United States for around $600.
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