Monday February 27th, 2023
Reality Report by Jamie Gant – 2min read

Xiaomi new AR Glasses

Debut Prototype Glasses look very close to Regular glasses

Xiaomi, the Chinese electronics manufacturer, has recently unveiled a new prototype of its AR glasses at the China Mobile Global Partner Conference. While Xiaomi doesn’t plan on bringing the glasses to market, the prototype serves as a testament to the company’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of technology and innovation.

AR Glasses replacing your regular Glasses may not be that far into the future

The new AR glasses are completely wireless and feature a sleek and compact design. They’re equipped with a waveguide display that projects images onto the user’s field of view, and also have built-in sensors for tracking head movement and gestures. The glasses are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform, which provides high-performance processing and supports a range of AR and VR applications.

Xiaomi’s new AR glasses prototype is just the latest example of the company’s commitment to exploring new technologies and pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. Last year, the company unveiled a prototype of its robot dog, but has yet to bring it to market. While it’s unclear whether the AR glasses will ever be released to consumers, the company’s dedication to innovation is clear.

AR Glass

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Xiaomi’s latest prototype of its AR glasses has garnered significant attention from tech enthusiasts and industry experts alike. The glasses feature a waveguide display that projects images onto the user’s field of view, along with built-in sensors for tracking head movement and gestures. 

As an immersive technology enthusiast myself, I’m excited to explore the potential of the new AR glasses prototype. The combination of a wireless design, powerful Snapdragon XR2 platform, and advanced sensors make these glasses an ideal tool for developing immersive experiences. I hope that developers like myself can  get my hands on a pair and start experimenting with the possibilities.

One of the most impressive features of the new AR glasses is their ability to support a wide range of AR and VR applications. From gaming and entertainment to education and training, the glasses have the potential to transform the way we interact with the virtual world. They’re also highly portable and user-friendly, making them an ideal tool for on-the-go immersive experiences.

As AR and VR technologies continue to evolve and improve, we can expect to see more companies like Xiaomi experimenting with new and exciting applications. While some prototypes may never make it to market, they serve as an important reminder that innovation and experimentation are critical to driving progress in the XR industry. We look forward to seeing what the future holds for AR and VR, and we’ll be sure to keep you updated on the latest developments.