Focally presents the first-generation prototype of Universe AR Glasses to demonstrate:
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Augmented reality (AR) is an enhanced version of the real physical world that is achieved through the use of digital visual elements, sound, or other sensory stimuli delivered via technology.
AR overlays virtual information/holograms on the real scene and bridges the virtual digital world with the real world using computer technologies such as AR head-mounted displays & AR smart-glasses.
AR can be successfully achieved through the combination of advanced emerging technologies such as optical displays, spatial computing, artificial intelligence, emotional intelligence, real-time systems, web 3.0, and blockchain technologies.
Spatial computing refers to the process of using digital technology to make computers interact seamlessly in a three-dimensional world using augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and mixed reality (MR).
Spatial computing uses physical reality to send input and receive output from a computer. But predominantly, spatial software is the technology that will make the computer’s user interface a seamless part of the three-dimensional world in which we live, work, and play.
Next-generation wearable AR computing devices become more immersive with special elements such as optical displays( waveguide-displays )that enable augmented reality experiences.
This unique waveguide display feature allows the user to view complete holographic projections of various applications, granting a clear view of their physical reality and enhancement of the real environment with visual informative elements.
Our optical displays' key feature enables complete transparent, lightweight, clear visibility, and immersive digital realm experiences. In comparison to virtual reality, mixed reality displays and the bulk of augmented reality glasses displays do not allow for easy human interaction with the real world while using the devices in a variety of ways.