At Rokid Open Day's online event, China's leading mixed reality (MR) and artificial intelligence (AI) startup, Rokid, today unveiled its latest binocular MR glasses, Rokid Vision 2.
A mixed reality headset that combines AR and VR technologies is Rokid Vision 2 MR Glasses. This solution allows you to project virtual objects, working in real-time, onto the real environment.
For tourism, exhibitions/museums, medicine, industry and many other industries, the Rokid Vision 2 MR glasses are intended. The novelty can become one of Microsoft HoloLens' main competitors, providing a more flexible system that expands the experience of the user.
According to the manufacturer, Rokid Vision 2 can be folded like regular glasses, and during prolonged wear, the lightness of the device provides comfort for the user. The display utilizes technology from the Diffractive Optical Waveguide. The glasses are capable of transmitting 85% of the light and the field of view is 40 ° (FoV) for the creation of interactive objects, which is equivalent to watching a 120' TV from a distance of 4m.
As well as gesture control, the product supports voice commands with built-in microphones. Bi-directional speakers are included in the glasses. Due to its broad compatibility with different platforms and the ability to perceive many external sources, the manufacturer emphasizes the versatility of the device.
The Rokid Vision 2 MR glasses will be part of the infrastructure being built by the company.
The developers presented new applications in addition to the headset: Fantasy World-a 360-degree immersive space, Holographic Cinema-a holographic cinema, Virtual City-a space with 6DoF SLAM, voice, and support.
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