The Mobile World Congress (MWC) technology fair in Barcelona never ceases to amaze! On this occasion, technology companies of the stature of Xiaomi, TCL, OPPO and ZTE have shown their augmented reality (AR) glasses, devices with multiple technologies, designs and functions that make them unique in their kind.
AR is a technology that allows users to see the real world through a technological device with integrated graphical information. That is, you can walk down the street while viewing maps with real-time directions or read messages directly on your glasses without the need to use your smartphone.
OPPO, for example, has presented the Air Glass 2, AR glasses that allow you to make phone calls, real-time translations and location-based navigation. In addition, their weight of only 38 grams, incorporation of Micro-LED projectors, microphones and speakers, and their design similar to everyday glasses make them an attractive device for consumers.
Xiaomi, meanwhile, has unveiled its prototype AR glasses, the Wireless AR Smart Glass Discovery Edition, which stand out for their augmented reality gesture control capabilities for “much more natural” interaction. These glasses include a retina-level adaptive display, gesture tracking technology and a Snapdragon XR2 Gen 1 platform.
Finally, ZTE has shown its new AR glasses Nubia Neovision Glass, which integrate a Micro-OLED display with 3500 PPI, TÜV Rheinland certification for eye protection and Hi-Res Audio Quality certification, among other features.
In short, AR glasses are here to stay and are becoming more and more complete and impressive in their functionality. Would you dare to try them?