The Oppo AR Glass 2021 looks like sunglasses, but they’re ready for augmented reality. During its Inno Day event on Tuesday, Oppo presented its new 5G compatible model, which was intended to be more compact, light and powerful.
If the star of Inno Day, an online conference organized by Oppo, was the Oppo X 2021 scrollable smartphone, the Chinese manufacturer has also taken out of its bag new connected augmented reality glasses.
The Oppo AR Glass 2021 succeeds the first attempt unveiled last year by the firm. But the first version was more like a helmet than real mounts. This time, the design has been redesigned to look more like sunglasses.
Multiple sensors and 5G
Promised compact and 75% lighter than their predecessors, the Oppo AR Glass 2021 is slender than the majority of the prototypes that we can see blooming. They carry two 0.71 inch OLED panels instead of glasses. They are also equipped with multiple sensors, including a ToF depth sensor, an RGB sensor and two fisheye cameras. It is these latter which will allow the management of multiple gestural interactions, ” even the most subtle », Announces Oppo.
Through increased sharpness, brightness and a semi-open rear cavity acoustic design, # OPPOARGlass2021 ‘Birdbath’ optical solution creates a home-theater experience equivalent to watching 90-inch screen from 3 meters away. #OPPOINNODAY20 pic.twitter.com/ubMeZuAdKB
– OPPO (@oppo) November 17, 2020
The possibility of connecting them to an Oppo Find X2 Pro
In addition, there is embedded technology for geolocation and optical technology called Birdbath for a fully immersive experience giving the impression of having a large screen in front of you. The Asian manufacturer thus promises an ultra-fast calculation of the location to perfectly adjust the augmented reality to our environment.
The Oppo AR Glass 2021 will obviously work with the help of voice recognition and are compatible with the future 5G network. And if all this power is not enough for you, the glasses can be connected to an Oppo Find X2 Pro smartphone via a USB-C cable to deploy even more possibilities.
Oppo has not communicated a release date or price for its augmented reality glasses.