OPPO AR Glass 2021: This is how the new Augmented Reality glasses are

Must Read

Google launches app that will pay you to do homework

Google's developments do not stop growing and its ecosystem of services and applications are becoming increasingly powerful and useful. An example...

Eleven, a tool to encrypt passwords and send them safely

Passwords as guardians of our information, should not be shared with anyone and less through services that do not guarantee security. ...

WhatsApp: what happens if you choose the ‘change number’ tool

Are you to use WhatsApp for all types of communication? Most of the people changed the traditional way of speaking, since they...

Monitor Amazon Product Prices with Pricy

Even if we have a defined budget to buy something, it will always be much better to get it at the lowest...

OPPO today celebrated its second edition of OPPO Inno Day, in which the company presented the technology it is working on through some concept products. First of all, OPPO today presented OPPO AR Glass 2021, a new Augmented Reality glasses that connect to the smartphone via a USB-C cable and present important improvements over the previous generation. First, the weight has been reduced by 75% and, according to the company, they are comfortable to wear for long periods of time. In addition, OPPO has improved CPU and GPU performance by 40 percent. As explained by the company, watching a video with these glasses is equivalent to watching a 90-inch television at a distance of about 3 meters. # gallery-1 {margin: auto; } # gallery-1 .gallery-item {float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 50%; } # gallery-1 img {border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } # gallery-1 .gallery-caption {margin-left: 0; } / * see gallery_shortcode () in wp-includes / media.php * /

It has a good number of sensors and is capable of tracking the movement of the hands through 21 control points – 4 on each finger – with a delay of only a few milliseconds with respect to the movement. OPPO uses a proprietary system called SLAM to map the environment, and offers a precision of centimeters and only 1º when positioning objects in 3D space. The company plans to release these glasses next year, and will offer an SDK for developers to create content.

Follow us on Google News