Chip maker Qualcomm announces new augmented reality (MR) headset for enterprise usersSnapdragon XR1 AR Smart ViewerWas announced. It is optimized for Qualcomm’s mobile chip series, Snapdragon-equipped devices, and is expected to be used by connecting directly to a smartphone or PC.
Qualcomm Advances AR Industry with the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer Reference Design | Qualcomm
Qualcomm announces XR1 AR Smart Viewer reference design – The Verge
You can see what kind of device the XR1 AR Smart viewer is by watching the following movie.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer Reference Design – YouTube
The reference design of Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer looks like this. The lens part is a micro OLED binocular display.
The lens of the Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer has a camera, and the wide frame bears the Qualcomm company name and logo.
A USB Type-C terminal is mounted on the end of the left temple, and you can connect it to your smartphone with a USB Type-C cable.
When you call it, it looks like this. The gap between the lens and the face is large, so I’m wondering if even people with glasses can wear it.
A cursor will appear and select the icon to launch the app. The cursor can be operated with the “See What I See” function that can be moved without using your hands.
In addition to being able to operate with a connected smartphone, it also has a hand gesture function that captures the movement of the hand with the camera of the headset. The Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer is a 6DoF compatible type that can read the movements of front, back, left, right, up and down.
You can also launch multiple apps at the same time, such as a web browser, YouTube, Instagram, etc.
You can connect to a PC as well as the Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer.
In the movie, I saw him working in Excel while opening PowerPoint.
Qualcomm claims that the Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer “achieves a frame rate of up to 90Hz and provides a seamless AR experience with motion blur-free features.” “The Snapdragon XR1 AR Smart Viewer reference design is the first step in the roadmap for expanding the AR industry,” said Hugo Swart, vice president and general manager of XR at Qualcomm.
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