Work Facebook on the development of the system of its smart augmented reality in the labs (Facebook Reality Labs) over the past two years, which is apparently designed to replace smart phones, in accordance with the offer of a new CNBC CNBC.
But the conflict with the development of the project prompted the company to request assistance, hopes to Facebook to lead the partnership with the famous brand glasses Luxottica Group SpA, the manufacturer of the glasses Ray-Ban Ray-Ban, in the processing by the consumers in the period between 2023 and 2025.
Previously, the company Luxottica Group SpA to try this technique, and participated in 2014 with Google in the design, development and distribution of a device (Google Glass).
And glasses name of Orion (Orion) internally, it is designed to replace smartphones, allowing users to make calls without connecting their smartphone to show information to users via a small screen like the screen of Google Glass (Google Glass).
And also: the glasses contain a camera that allows a user to send a live broadcast to friends and followers in social media, such as Facebook; enter.
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And Facebook also voice assistant powered by artificial intelligence system’s new, in addition to the development of the Ring device called Agios (Agios) that would allow users to enter information via the motion sensor and control system of the (Orion) using the fingers.
The company has hundreds of employees in its offices in Redmond, working in the field of system technology of augmented reality (AR), but they are still struggling to reduce the size of the device to the size of the find consumers attractive.
It is clear that Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, expressed a strong interest in this new glasses, but given the long lead times, there is no guarantee that the glasses will be completed on time or not shipped at all.
Increases another report that the company Ray-Ban to participate directly, but the fruits of its collaboration with Facebook will not appear on (Orion), but on a completely different set of smart glasses, which carry the name (Stella).