In leaked concept video Samsung reveals their vision for the future AR glasses.
Like many other technology companies, Samsung has been the technological points. While the South Koreans have largely refused to virtual reality after the failure of the Gear VR and good, but poorly-selling VR glasses Samsung Odyssey, glasses AR was last seen at CES 2020.
Samsung has revealed sunglasses in combination with a peculiar fitness exoskeleton, which recorded and analyzed movement. However, Samsung is no longer commented on AR glasses even after the event. Visually it resembled a patent for a sample of the end of 2019.
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Now, the famous author of the leaks WalkingCat posted on Twitter two conceptual video on the technical glasses Samsung. Design fully corresponds to the demo devices at CES 2020, at least similar to the design concept of the end of 2019.
In the video it shows the scenario of apps that Samsung is for AR points: the spectacle wearer projects in the field of view large monitor on which he works, watches movies, doing video call or remotely controls the drone. “Display the new dimension” is controlled via the Samsung smart watch.
Samsung calls this the first model glasses “Glasses Lite” is probably due to the fact that AR glasses was primarily designed for digital displays and do not offer any special features AR. Upcoming Chinese Nreal AR glasses will also be focused on digital displays.
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The second conceptual leaked video of the Samsung focuses on three-dimensional aspect of augmented reality: in other words, the content is projected in three-dimensional space, regardless of the monitor and can be viewed by the user from all sides thanks to the integrated tracking system.
Samsung illustrates the technology by the example architecture: architect shows a three-dimensional model of the living environment, which he draws with a gesture in the original size, and then together with its clients, which are included as a three-dimensional projection. This second model points Samsung calls “AR Glasses”, probably due to support 3D.
Ideas Samsung is interesting, but lacking the display technology to implement. This should also be the reason why Samsung has not yet provided publicly conceptual video they evoke expectations that currently can’t be justified.
Agents of hope in the XR industry, Facebook is investing billions in AR and VR, and Apple, which wants to bring to market its first VR glasses next year. Perhaps Samsung will soon show to the world the above concept.