OPPO teases a new generation of augmented reality glasses called AR Glass, which will be released on November 17
OPPO is scheduled to hold the OPPO 2020 Future Technology Conference in Shenzhen, China on November 17th. The Future Technology Conference is an annual event, where OPPO makes breakthrough products.
Accordingly, OPPO today (November 15) teased on Weibo that the second generation of OPPO AR glasses will be released at the 2020 Future Technology Conference. will provide a comfortable wearing experience. The AR glasses are also lightweight, and there will be two cameras in the corners of the glasses. One of those cameras will probably be used for augmented reality.
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In December of last year, at the 2019 OPPO Future Technology Conference, the company announced it would enter the AR glasses market and show off its first AR glasses. OPPO’s first AR glasses were equipped with 4 lenses, of which 1 ToF was used to measure distances, 1 RGB lens was used to capture the shape of objects and 2 fisheye lenses were used. used to take pictures.
According to reports, OPPO’s new AR glasses will be equipped with a depth sensor and a space microphone. The device will also use diffractive optical waveguide technology, which supports voice interaction and 3D surround sound. And yet, the glasses are also equipped with physical buttons, which can be operated using gestures and voice.