The company not only improved their design, making them look more like regular glasses, but introduced various other improvements. Truth be said, they still don’t look like regular sunglasses, but… they’re getting there.
In any case, these new glasses are 75-percent lighter than the previous model. You can connect them to the Find X2 Pro handset through a USB-C to USB-C cable and gain a great boost in performance.
OPPO says that the Birdbath optical solution increases contrast by 53-percent, and brightness uniformity by 98-percent. On top of that, it also increases pixels per degree by 40-percent compared to last year’s model.
The OPPO AR Glass 2021 glasses come with a 0.71-inch OLED display
The company built-in a 0.71-inch OLED display in these glasses, and it is reflected to your eye by a spectroscope. The company says that using it is like watching a 90-inch display from 3 meters away.
The OPPO AR Glass 2021 comes with a customized large-amplitude speaker, and a unique semi-open rear cavity acoustic design. This should be able to provide quite compelling audio.
Once you connect these to your smartphone, you can interact with them by using your smartphone’s display as a touchpad. You can also track your hands and fingerprint through the glasses’ set of binocular fisheye cams, which are very capable.
Those cams can recognize 21 markers on each of your hands, four on one finger. Those cameras are paired with a ToF camera and enable a centimeter-level accuracy within 1-degree, which sounds compelling.
OPPO says that these glasses can be used for AR streaming of online and local HD videos, for AR gaming with the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena and tower defense games, virtual placement of the furniture in your home, and so on.
We’re not sure when will these glasses become available to purchase, though. The OPPO AR developer program is coming next year, so that’s probably when we can expect these to go on sale.