Oppo also unveiled smart glasses called Air Glass at the INNO Day event alongside the image processing chip. Of course, according to Oppo, this is not an augmented reality gadget, but an auxiliary reality device. Simply put, this gadget displays different content and information in two dimensions instead of three-dimensional augmented reality images, and in this respect is similar to Google Glass smart glasses.
This gadget consists of two parts: frame and The lens is made with the Snapdragon Wear 4100 chipset embedded in the frame. The lens of these glasses is based on micro-LED technology, and therefore, despite its small size, it offers very high brightness. Oppo states that the weight of these glasses is only 30 grams, and the battery of these glasses lasts for 3 hours if they are used continuously, and if they are turned on and not used, the battery lasts up to 40 hours.
On average, the maximum brightness of this display reaches 1400 nits, and therefore users in different lighting conditions have a problem with viewing information. They will not have. You can control these glasses by doing things like touch, sound, hand movement (if you use Oppo Watch 2) and head movement. As you can see in the pictures and videos, this gadget has only one lens and must be magnetically attached to a frame of glasses, which is also provided to the user with this smart gadget.
glasses smart Air Glass can run applications related to health, routing, weather and more. Also, for example, to give a speech, you can read the text of the speech using these glasses. On the other hand, we should mention the ability to translate simultaneously between two Air Glass users. At the beginning of the release, users can benefit from two-way Chinese and English translation. Oppo has announced that the ability to translate Chinese into Japanese and Korean will be activated in the near future.
This attractive gadget will be released in the first quarter of 2022 and its price has not been announced yet. To use these glasses, you must use a special application that is located in the Oppo Watch 2 and all Oppo phones based on the ColorOS 11 user interface and newer versions.
Source: Android CentralTags: oppo, introduced, air, glass, smart, glasses