Augmented reality glasses combine the digital and actual worlds, much like all other AR-compatible gadgets. But what makes them unique is that they can automatically display a digital overlay into a person’s field of vision. Rather than simply presenting information onto a transparent screen, they are able to comprehend the surroundings around them. In this article, we talk about
In this article, we talk about C2000-S.
These AR glasses use OLED waveguide optics as their display technology. These glasses feature a 48-megapixel camera which is an anti-shake camera. Micro-OLED chip is inserted in it for the purpose of the display. Android acts as its operating system. Android version 9 or above is expected. It has a strong transmittance of up to 82%. Its screen is 400 NIT bright. The contrast ratio is 100000:1 with a 1% distortion. 27 MM is the exit pupil distance.
It can be operated with a gesture on the touchpad, a voice command, or buttons.
It features two microphones. Noise cancellation is possible, and voice recognition accuracy rates in 90 BD are 96%.
The detachable battery in AR glasses makes them suitable for prolonged use.
webOS is a Linux kernel-based multitasking operating system for smart devices. AR glasses have used it as an operating system.