Oppo AR Glass Headset Unveiled, Said to Be Releasing Next Year

Ruben Fields
December 12, 2019

Levin Liu, VP at Oppo, took the stage and revealed the AR headset will use a fisheye camera, diffractive waveguide technology, and 3D reconstruction to create images to be seen in the augmented reality.

CEO Chen also mentioned that OPPO will continue to stay true to the company's core values of "Benfen", while actively working with partners across the entire industry chain in an open and mutually beneficial way to explore the future of intelligent connectivity.

Dubbed as OPPO AR Glass, the wearable looks similar to other augmented reality headsets like Magic Leap and HoloLens 2 and offers 3D immersive viewing and sound.

Oppo didn't give a release date for the glasses, but it also announced other new products at its inaugural Oppo Inno Day.

In the course of the presentation, Oppo teased loads of applied sciences and devices, together with a smartwatch and new actually wi-fi headphones with Voice AI.

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"This year and in the next three years we have invested 50 billion yuan in the research and development team", said Tony, Oppo founder, and CEO, when presenting the Oppo 5G projection at the Oppo Inno Day.

After a fleeting hands-on with this new prototype, the first standout barrier to consumer adoption would have to be its design. As a result, it just isn't that comfortable to wear in its current state.

Chinese tech major Oppo on Tuesday organised here its annual global technology event "Oppo Inno Day" where the company highlighted its growing prowess in cutting-edge technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence and internet of things.

You can check out those AR glasses in an image below this paragraph.

OPPO said it would launch smartwatches, smart wireless headphones and 5G CPE (customer-provided equipment) in the first quarter of 2020. It now has the capacity to accommodate hundreds of devices but will eventually support thousands. Whether this means that the market might start to benefit from simultaneous product launches with China remains to be seen - only time will tell.

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