Oppo has announced the launch of its first AR Glasses at the INNO Day event. The new smart glasses from Oppo bring the power of Augmented Reality to allow for various functionalities. The first time we saw these glasses was last year but that was a concept device. Oppo says its new AR Glasses are 75 per cent lighter than last year’s model. The AR Glasses use a birdbath-type 0.71-inch OLED panel for the optics. The glasses also have stereo fisheye cameras meant for gesture recognition, measuring distance using the ToF sensor, and a conventional RGB camera. Oppo AR Glasses can be tethered to the Find X2 smartphones using the USB-C port to utilise the phone’s CPU resources.
The company claimed that its design allows you to enjoy videos as if you were watching them on a 90-meter screen. Plus, if you connect them to the Oppo Find X2 phone through a USB-C cable, you can get a performance boost and touch/swipe control to navigate through the content. At the moment, it’s not clear how much the glasses can do if they’re not connected to a phone