<img src = "https://img.reality.news/img/1
0/29/63689359800417/0/new-consumer-ar-smartglasses-contender-emerges-with-action-air-from-chinas- shadow-technologies.w1456.jpg "alt =" New Consumer AR Smartglasses Contender Launches Action Air from China's Shadow Technologies 19659004] Shadow Creator / YouTube image
Weighing about 150 grams (lighter than the iPhone
X ), the Action Air is capable of passing through a field of view of up to 60 degrees a binocular display.The Smartglasses run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and use three cameras to the 6DoF It delivers 3D content through a custom operating system called Blue Cat. S
While the company's Action One of 2018 resembles a futuristic version of HoloLens, the new Action Air is similar to Nreal Light, one of CES's showstealers 2019.
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However, while the Nreal Light binds to a computer pack or compatible smartphone, the Shadow Air embeds its processor inside the device, like the extra thick strap is shown.
Based on the video unveiling the device, Action Air appears to support both hand gestures and controller inputs, such as the Action One. We contacted Shadow Technologies for more information and more information.
Consumer smart glasses are the holy grail of the augmented reality industry, and while the world waits for Apple to set the standard for smart glasses, it's the start-ups and lesser known manufacturers that fill the void ,
While Vuzix and North focus on lighter AR features, Shadow Technologies joins forces with Nreal among the Smartglass vendors who are trying to give 3D content for consumer wearables eternal dimensions.
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