Nreal made a presentation at CES earlier this year and presented its Nreal Light AR laminated reality glasses which made it look very advanced, at least in some structured steps, for example, it is not a futuristic and big-eyewear and looks more like a pair of glasses.
On the company's website you can already purchase developer kits both developer kit and enterprise edition.
Really lightweight Nreal Light lenses weigh just 88 grams, made possible by transferring some load to a smartphone, tracking inside out 6DOF, and boasting a relatively wide 52-degree (oblique) field, thanks to a bird's-eye view optical design That emits images from dual micro 1080p measurements;HoloLens and also Magic Leap One by projecting close views.
There is also a consumer version, coming in early 2020 and connecting via USB-C to a user's phone.
The only significant difference between the two versions is Enterprise Edition, including a one-year utility. Norrell doesn't really state what it means exactly, but if it's something we've seen in VR, it will probably provide support for dedicated business customers.
Nreal also offers a prescription lens set containing 15 pairs of lenses with what the company calls "a wide range of diopters for myopia users."
Although we tried Nreal Light briefly in the show, we didn't go deep enough to get a full snapshot.
Specifications and box's contents:
Weight: 88 grams ,
Connectivity: USB-C compatible
Optics: Integrated Lightguide / 52 degree field of view
Environmental Understanding ： SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) / 6DOF tracking / Aircraft detection / Image tracking
Controller: 3DOF Tracking, Touchpad, Hptic Feedback
Computing unit weight: 170 grams
Hardware Platform: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
Operating System: Android
What's in the box?
Oral computing unit
Nreal Light Controller
Corrective lens frames