Google develops reality helmet booster standalone

Google might be working on a standalone AR headset

Google might be working on a standalone AR headset

After becoming a system of virtual reality and its applications consoles and games are relatively common among users, Google intends to enter the sector of augmented reality also over a helmet stand-alone no need connect with any device.

According to sources, Google will be based on Qualcomm’s processors to run the helmet may be a processor QCS603 ad hoc devices for the Internet of things, but it will be modified to do the task of augmented reality that require more processing power.

Reported rumors and some of the technical specifications of such lenses will be screen thoroughly 1440*2560 pixels with its 1080p video recording and supports editor Vulkan and OpenGL ES 3.2 graphics as well as three-dimensional layers. Will the helmet camera and microphone to communicate with the assistant Google. As well as supports wireless networks ultra-high-speed Gigabit wireless with Bluetooth 5.1 identifying geographical locations and interface software neural network from Android.

Share your Quanta Taiwan with Google in the development of the new helmet in cooperation is not the first time it ever come on a Pixel C tablet.

It is worth mentioning that there are rumors about Apple and Samsung also developing their helmets augmented reality, and looks like we are in a new era of the launch of augmented reality technology the user has the final ordinary rather than specialized applications such as factories, hospitals and education as is the case with the current initiatives such as does Microsoft.


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