nreal Light, MR Glasses For The Next Generation Augmented User Experience

Ready-to-Wear Mixed Reality Smart Glasses nreal Light, blending the virtual content with the real world through mixed reality glasses.

The evolution of Mixed Reality (MR) glasses not only allows audiences to have greater freedom of watching and interaction and this is where nreal’s latest offering nreal Light comes in. The MR smart glasses, that sport an industry-leading vivid display combined with SLAM-based environmental, not only resemble sunglasses but they are also lightweight; weighing just 85 grams.

Founded in January 2017 by Chi Xu and Bing Xiao, the company is looking to shape the future by striking the right balance between convenient size and user experience. “We’re excited to introduce nreal light, truly radical new mixed reality glasses that are designed to be comfortable and light and offer a fully immersive mixed reality experience.” said CEO Chi Xu. Adding, “This is just a beginning.”

Striking The Right Balance Between Convenient Size and User Experience

Personally, we love how nreal ready-to-wear mixed reality glasses brag a consumer-focused design that does not sacrifice the display quality. Competing with products that herald a heavy goggle or helmet form factor, nreal light stand out because they are glasses are capable of achieving highly accurate and realistic interactions between digital avatars and the real world.

“We’re excited to introduce nreal light, truly radical new mixed reality glasses that are designed to be comfortable and light.”

Powered by its Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) algorithm, nreal light’s display boasts an industry-leading 52º Field of View (FoV), 1080p resolution for vivid 3D graphics, and low latency, which combined with spatial sound, voice interactions and haptic-feedback controllers, offers an immersive mixed reality experience. The rich visual experiences are driven by a companion computing pack which is built on the foundation of cutting-edge technology, the Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR Platform.

nreal light, read-to-wear mixed reality glasses

On their working with nreal, HugoSwart, head of XR at Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. said: “Our advanced heterogeneous compute platform, Snapdragon 845 Mobile VR Platform, coupled with nreal’s sleek form factor yet high-performance glass truly demonstrate that the future of XR is near.” Adding, “XR is the next mobile computing platform and these types of integrated, light, capable solutions that are designed to seamlessly blend immersive experiences with the real world, drive the ecosystem forward and enable many new enterprise applications to emerge while bringing us closer to consumer adoption.”

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Designed with modern conveniences which include interchangeable prescription lenses, multiple colours and cross-platform compatibility Chi Xu, stated in a press release: “Not only can we provide a truly immersive experience, but we can also make it accessible by everyone, easily, and in a very comfortable fashion”.

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