Rokid, the Chinese tech glasses manufacturer, recently showed new augmented reality glasses from its Vision product line at the CES 2021. The Rokid Vision 2 comes with new hardware and software sold to both end-users and enterprises.
The Vision 2 glasses are lightweight and use optical waveguide tech, which is comparable to what is used in Microsoft’s HoloLens 2. Vision 2 has a 40-degree field of view, which, according to Rokid, is similar to viewing a 120-inch television.
The mixed reality Vision 2 glasses come with dual microphones, and built-in speakers that provide hands-free voice control, and 6DoF SLAM via an RGB camera. The smart glasses run on Rokid XR operating system.
Apart from the MR hardware, Rokid has also developed many in-house applications such as Fantasy World, Holographic Cinema, and Virtual City.
Rokid plans to develop natural interfaces for users. The company plans to reach not only the end-users but also the industry. According to Mingming Zhu, Rokid founder, and CEO, the company develops not just devices but also interactive platforms that unite humans and the virtual world.
According to Rokid, the augmented reality glasses have 85% light transmission with a 40-degree FoV (field of view). Vision 2 has two loudspeakers that are directed towards the wearer’s ears, which provides stereo sound. The augmented reality glasses can be operated using voice commands.
The company has not yet announced the launch date of Vision 2 for users and its price.
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