Oppo to unveil new AR glasses on November 17
Oppo will hold a technology conference on November 17 in Shenzen, China. The company will focus on products that align with an Internet of Experience theme.
Oppo is gearing up for its ‘Inno Day’ on November 17. Ahead of the technology-focused conference, Oppo has dropped a teaser for new AR glasses. The wearable is said to be lightweight and comfortable to put on.
The AR glasses are also seen with two cameras, each placed on the corners of the two frames. According to Gizmchina, one of the two cameras will be used for AR detection.
The company had announced plans to invest in smart glasses and showcased a concept AR glass. The original AR glasses came with as many as four lenses including a ToF sensor for measuring distance. RGB lens allowed shooting object shapes. Other two lenses (fisheye) were used for mapping. Oppo had then promised to launch the device in 2020.
According to reports, Oppo’s new AR glasses will feature a bunch of sensors including the one for measuring depth. It will also be equipped with spatial MIC arrays. Other key features expected from the wearable are 3D surround sound, microphone, physical buttons for navigation, gesture and voice support, and optical waveguide technology.
That said, Oppo has confirmed it will showcase three new “innovative concept products at its Inno Day.
“Last year, OPPO put forward the idea of intelligent connectivity. This year, the concept is updated as the Internet of Experience. OPPO believes intelligent connectivity is just the foundation, whereas the Internet of Experience, namely the convergence of things beyond simple connections, will be the future,” the company had said in its release.
Reports suggest Oppo will showcase Reno 5 flagship smartphone series and a new foldable smartphone that could also house under-display selfie camera. Ultra-fast 125W wired charging and 65W wireless charging technology are also expected at the conference. Oppo is also said to unveil 100x digital zoom, 10x optical zoom, and continuous optical zoom mode camera technologies.