The world’s first 5G-based augmented actuality (AR) glasses made by LG Uplus Corp., a significant South Korean telecom agency, will seem on the cabinets within the nation for $590 on August 21.
LG Uplus Corp mentioned on Tuesday it’ll launch “U+ Real Glass” in partnership with Chinese mixed-reality product developer Nreal and chipmaker Qualcomm, boosting its 5G providers by tapping into the budding wearable AR market.
The glasses can be completely supplied to LG Uplus 5G customers and on choose smartphones, together with Samsung Galaxy Note 20.
LG Uplus mentioned its machine, manufactured by Nreal after partnering with the Beijing-based startup last yr, is additional user-friendly, weighing simply 88 grams and priced at 699,000 gained ($590), experiences Yonhap information company.
The glasses, which hook up with a consumer’s smartphone through USB, can mission a number of functions as if they’re on a 100-inch display.
The smartphone serves as a distant for the machine, although the corporate plans for an reform subsequent yr that can permit hand gestures to manage the machine.
The machine may even assist LG Uplus’ 5G-based AR content, which permits customers to observe performances of life-size celebrities.
The firm plans to launch a conference-call service utilizing the machine later this yr, in partnership with US-based AR developer Spatial.
Global shipments of AR glasses are anticipated to achieve 41.1 million models in 2024, in contrast with simply 200,000 models last yr, in keeping with international market analysis agency IDC.
[Attribution Business Standard.]