Chinese smart phones maker Oppo has revealed that the second generation of its Augmented Reality (AR) glasses will be unveiled at the company’s Future Technology conference on 17h November. The teaser poster revealed on Weibo shows the device will bring a comfortable wearing experience. The AR will have two cameras at the corners of the two lenses, as reported by GizmoChina.
OPPO AR glasses will be equipped with depth sensors. It will also use diffractive optical waveguide technology, support voice interaction and 3D surrounded sound. OPPO may also showcase its hybrid zoom periscope lens that was announced earlier this year. The hybrid lens is capable of offering a variable zoom between 3.3x and 5.4x and up to 11x hybrid zoom.
Last year’s OPPO Inno Day was held a month later than this December. The company had then showcased its first take on a pair of AR headsets and an in-display selfie camera technology.
This event is nothing but a platform to share the demo versions of the company’s latest development in the world. In terms of build quality, the device is lightweight as well and it has two cameras in the corners of the two lenses. One of the cameras is there for AR detection. It is not the first Oppo is working on AR glasses. Last year, in the month of December, Oppo has stated that the company is in the works to make improved AR glasses and Oppo has demonstrated its first AR glasses that time as well.
This new generation Oppo AR glasses feature four lenses: a ToF lens for measuring the distance, an RGB lens to get a proper idea of object shapes, and two fisheye lenses are there for imaging. In terms of the specifications, the Oppo AR glasses will support voice interaction, and 3D surround sound. A microphone and physical buttons are also there, which can be operated by voice and gestures.