The company has carried out its first pilot phase of production and is ready to bring its product to market soon.
Presented at last year’s CES, Realmax has returned again to Las Vegas to show the final version of Qian, its autonomous augmented and virtual reality viewer that will begin to manufacture soon. The device of the Chinese company, unlike its main competitors, stands out for its wide viewing angle, which is of 100.8 º. Other features are the integration of a Snapdragon 835 Qualcomm and a proprietary system of screens with a format of 16: 9 that has a resolution of 1080p.
Qian is primarily designed as an augmented reality viewer with absolute positioning, although it is also capable of isolating the user from the real world to have VR experiences. In this regard, they have not detailed its operation to know if it is some lens technology or simply a physical housing that covers visibility. Users can use the visor with glasses without any problem, since they fit inside.
To extend the interaction beyond the included 3dof controller, it has a USB port to which accessories such as Leap Motion can be connected, thus getting your hands into the applications.
Realmax, which expects its device to be used in industry, education and more sectors, will put Qian on sale for less than $ 1,000, it has shared with VentureBeat. Having completed their first pilot phase of production, they will soon start manufacturing as many units as possible, so the launch could be near.