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Xiaomi Shows Off Its New Wireless AR Glasses

Xiaomi made the hardware, which weighs 126g (4.4 ounces), with magnesium-titanium alloy and carbon fibre sections to minimise the load.

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Xiaomi Shows Off Its New Wireless AR Glasses.

AR is an amazing idea, but it’s unclear whether the world has enough processing capacity to make such a fantastic vision a reality.

Undaunted, Xiaomi has announced the Wireless AR Glass Discovery Edition, a tiny AR headset powered by the same Snapdragon XR2 Gen 1 processor as the Quest Pro.

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According to the business, these enormous sunglasses provide an elegant method to integrate the digital and physical worlds while, most importantly, not requiring a physical connection to a smartphone.

Xiaomi made the hardware, which weighs 126g (4.4 ounces), with magnesium-titanium alloy and carbon fibre sections to minimise the load. It also has a custom-made silicon-oxygen anode battery, which Xiaomi claims will lessen the user’s physical load.

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(One user disagrees, stating from personal experience that anything more than 100g pressure on your nose is still too much to bear for extended periods of time.)

The headset has a pair of microOLED screens connected to a pair of “free-form, light-guiding” prisms that are so pixel-dense that your eyes won’t see the squares.

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The manufacturer also claims that it has less brightness loss than previous close-up displays and can provide a peak brightness of 1,200nits. For further immersion, the front of the lenses is electrochromic, dimming automatically when you need to focus on the virtual environment.

The superior hand-tracking technology is believed to enable a new type of user engagement in which our hands can manipulate the digital world.

In a concept film, a wearer examines a smart light and turns it off by flicking a simulated switch hovering above the item. Users will also be able to flick and tap around the internet (or video), as seen in Minority Report, and maybe employ these for productive purposes as well.

The introduction of these glasses is also part of Qualcomm’s aim to increase XR devices using its Snapdragon Spaces platform.

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When coupled with a compatible device, such as the new Xiaomi 13, Xiaomi’s hardware claims latency so low that you won’t notice the lack of a cable. In addition, the business claims it will “work closely with developers to speed the introduction of AR,” which is critical in the still-developing area.

However, there is no indication of pricing or availability because this is still a concept item. As a result, unless you’re really patient, we wouldn’t advocate opening a separate savings account to save money for one of them.

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Elize Coetzee for SurgeZirc SA
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Elize Coetzee, a seasoned journalist, is the driving force behind SurgeZirc SA’s world news and world politics coverage. With an unwavering commitment to truth, Elize delves into global affairs, providing live updates, in-depth investigations, and thought-provoking analysis. Whether it’s geopolitical tensions, international diplomacy, or breaking stories, Elize’s incisive reporting keeps readers informed and engaged.
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