Qualcomm Launched New Wireless and Lightweight AR Glasses

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At the Snapdragon launch event in China, Qualcomm showcased new wireless augmented reality viewer glasses. It also has features like lightweight, slimmer OLED panels with a 90hz refresh rate. At the same event, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 chipsets for smartphones.

Qualcomm released the XR1 platform, its initial platform for AR and VR headsets, in 2018, and it has continued to climb since then, now introducing new hardware and software for advanced viewer technologies.

Qualcomm’s New Augmented Reality Glasses

Qualcomm’s latest wireless AR glasses power the Snapdragon XR2 platform; as we previously reported, Qualcomm is collaborating with Microsoft on TechAs to develop its next-generation CPU for future smart viewers.

The wireless AR Smart Viewer has a pleasant design, and Gortek, a Chinese startup, built the new AR gear, according to the business. These glasses deliver an effective log-free augmented reality experience driven by the Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 system and are fully integrated with Wi-Fi 6/6E, Bluetooth connectivity, and the newest FastConnect XR software package.

Because hefty glasses can induce headaches, these wireless AR glasses are 40 percent thinner than the previous model. Qualcomm claims that this is not a complete design. It’s exclusively for its OEM partners to see its new Wireless AR Smart Viewer’s stunning design. The Wireless AR Smart Viewer has a minimalist design that features two micro-OLED binocular screens with a pair-up resolution of up to 1920 x 1080p and frame rates of up to 90Hz.

The glasses have two monochrome cameras and another RGB camera (6DoF) that enables for 6 degrees of freedom in head tracking. It also features a hand tracking feature that can recognise your gestures with ease.

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