Enjoy ‘Nreal Air’ AR glass on PS4 and iPhone using an adapter

Nreal, a global AR glasses manufacturer, expanded the range of game devices and smartphones compatible with Nreal Air and released the MAC OS version (hereafter referred to as Mac) of Nebula, a dedicated 3D interface app.

Game consoles confirmed to be compatible are ▲ PlayStation 5 (PS5) ▲ Steam Deck ▲ Xbox Series X/S (Xbox Series X/S), and Nreal-only adapters required for console compatibility will have are expected to be released in Korea early next year.

If you connect the Nreal adapter to the console (game device), you can enjoy the game on a 130-inch HD screen through Nreal Air mirroring mode. For Android users, Wi-Fi streaming lets you connect to Xbox Cloud and Steam VR in AR mode. Nreal Air’s 3-DoF tracking lets you view a 201-inch virtual screen that can be spatially anchored.

Real Air compatible smartphone models have also been added. ▲ Including the Galaxy Fold 4 ▲ Galaxy S22 ▲ Galaxy S22 Ultra, etc. Compatible smartphone models can be found on Nreal’s official website.

A beta version of Nebula Mac OS, an application developed for using Nreal Glass, was also released. When Apple notebooks with M1 and M2 chips are connected to Nreal Air, up to three virtual 45-inch multi-displays can be used from a distance of 1 meter based on the 3-DoF tracking function. In the case of enreal lighting, tracking up to 6-DoF is possible. Even if the user turns his head, the display remains fixed in 3D space.

According to Nreal officials, all existing users of Nreal Glass as well as Nreal Air can use the latest Nebula features by updating the firmware. In particular, users of ‘U + Real Glass’, released in collaboration with LG Uplus in 2020, have the opportunity to update from the carrier-only version they were using to the latest Nebula interface with more extended functions.

Nreal is an AR technology company leading innovation in global augmented reality. In September, it launched ‘Nreal Air’, a daily AR glass for general users. Nreal Air weighs about 79g and can be used casually in daily life, and users can enjoy content such as videos and games in AR mode on a super large 3D screen of up to 201 inches, just by wearing it comfortable

“With this update, AR experiences that can maximize the sense of immersion and realism of Mac and game users have been made possible,” said Yeo Jeong-min, branch manager of Enreal Korea.

Nreal plans to officially launch a dedicated adapter in Korea next year to further improve the compatibility and popularity of AR glasses. The Nebula Mac OS beta version and detailed information about compatible smartphone models can be downloaded on the Nreal Global website.

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