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Qualcomm Just Fixed The Most Annoying Thing About AR Glasses

Qualcomm’s XR2 reference design will be used as a building block by other manufacturers to launch products for consumers and also in enterprise designs. The wireless capability enables more freedom and the powerful XR2 chip takes some of the burden off of the smartphone while reducing lag and allowing higher-quality graphics. Despite these advances, there are more problems to solve. A limited field of view greatly hampers immersion. The reference design has only a 40-degree field of view, which is quite restrictive compared to the natural view of the human eye, which is well over 100 degrees.

The 90-hertz refresh rate of Qualcomm’s AR glasses reference design is good but faster would be better. The 1080p resolution is sufficient yet doesn’t advance the technology to the level it needs to attain to make a compelling experience. There are still plenty of areas that need work before AR glasses will become a must-have device. To be clear, Qualcomm’s design is very impressive, and having these specifications in a thin, lightweight, wireless pair of AR glasses is definitely an advance, but it will be interesting to see if manufacturers can push the specifications a bit higher to improve the FOV and resolution.

Source: Qualcomm


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Qualcomm Just Fixed The Most Annoying Thing About AR Glasses

Qualcomm’s XR2 reference design will be used as a building block by other manufacturers to launch products for consumers and also in enterprise designs. The wireless capability enables more freedom and the powerful XR2 chip takes some of the burden off of the smartphone while reducing lag and allowing higher-quality graphics. Despite these advances, there are more problems to solve. A limited field of view greatly hampers immersion. The reference design has only a 40-degree field of view, which is quite restrictive compared to the natural view of the human eye, which is well over 100 degrees.

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The 90-hertz refresh rate of Qualcomm’s AR glasses reference design is good but faster would be better. The 1080p resolution is sufficient yet doesn’t advance the technology to the level it needs to attain to make a compelling experience. There are still plenty of areas that need work before AR glasses will become a must-have device. To be clear, Qualcomm’s design is very impressive, and having these specifications in a thin, lightweight, wireless pair of AR glasses is definitely an advance, but it will be interesting to see if manufacturers can push the specifications a bit higher to improve the FOV and resolution.

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Source: Qualcomm

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Qualcomm Just Fixed The Most Annoying Thing About AR Glasses

Qualcomm’s XR2 reference design will be used as a building block by other manufacturers to launch products for consumers and also in enterprise designs. The wireless capability enables more freedom and the powerful XR2 chip takes some of the burden off of the smartphone while reducing lag and allowing higher-quality graphics. Despite these advances, there are more problems to solve. A limited field of view greatly hampers immersion. The reference design has only a 40-degree field of view, which is quite restrictive compared to the natural view of the human eye, which is well over 100 degrees.

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The 90-hertz refresh rate of Qualcomm’s AR glasses reference design is good but faster would be better. The 1080p resolution is sufficient yet doesn’t advance the technology to the level it needs to attain to make a compelling experience. There are still plenty of areas that need work before AR glasses will become a must-have device. To be clear, Qualcomm’s design is very impressive, and having these specifications in a thin, lightweight, wireless pair of AR glasses is definitely an advance, but it will be interesting to see if manufacturers can push the specifications a bit higher to improve the FOV and resolution.

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Source: Qualcomm

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