Innovation Monitor: The Past, Present, and Future of AR Glasses

  • They’re 134 grams, which is light in the (current) AR glasses space.
  • They can reach 2,000 nits of brightness — meaning AR images will be clear even in sunlight.
  • They have a 30-minute battery life and are powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 chip, according to a press release.
  • The Future of Tech in NYC
  • AI & Local News
  • Surveillance, Tech, and Transparent & Fair AI Systems
  • Living With Disinformation

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