Nreal Lite mixed reality glasses with Galaxy Note 20 were launched in Korea

Nreal Lite mixed reality glasses with Galaxy Note 20 were launched in Korea

After effectively fending off Magic Leap’s case that it took proprietary innovations, Nreal is at long last ready to dispatch its Light blended reality glasses into the buyer advertise.

Beginning today, people in Korea can pre-request the Light — locally rebranded as “U+ Real Glass” — as a major aspect of a cell phone plan on the LG Uplus arrange, insofar as you pick the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 or the LG Velvet as your handset.

That way you can purchase the Light at a financed cost of 349,500 won (about $295). You can likewise buy the glasses independently for 699,000 won (about $590) at a LG Uplus store from August 21st, on the off chance that you’d preferably use them with different phones.

Since Nreal structured the Light in view of 5G cell phones, this customer pack comes up short on the Toast processing unit we saw in before demos. What do you gain, nonetheless, is a “VR Cover” that squares out your perspective outwardly world, along these lines changing over the Light into improvised VR glasses.

They won’t supplant committed VR headsets given their 52-degree inclining field of view (it’s a similar figure for Microsoft’s venture driven Hololens 2), while most VR headsets surpass 100 degrees here, yet it’s as yet a pleasant reward include for when you need to submerge yourself into games or video.

Nreal likewise guarantees that the Light backings all local Android applications by means of its Nebula interface, so in principle, you ought to have the option to effectively get to your telephone’s applications without removing the glasses.

You’ll despite everything be utilizing the telephone as a trackpad or movement regulator for the present, yet engineers can take advantage of the Light’s hand-following ability or pair their applications with an outsider 6DoF regulator.

With respect to all of us outside Korea, Nreal revealed to Engadget that it’ll be bringing its lightweight blended reality glasses to different markets before the finish of this current year, so there’s a decent possibility that we’ll have the option to get one in the US or Europe by at that point.

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