<img src = "https://img.reality.news/img/1
0/29/63689359800417/0/new-consumer-ar-smartglasses-contender-emerges-with-action-air-from-chinas- shadow-technologies.w1456.jpg "alt =" New consumer AR Smartglasses Contender developed with Action Air from China's Shadow Technologies  Image by Shadow Creator / YouTube
With a weight of about 150 grams (lighter than iPhone
X ), Action Air can get a display field of up to 60 degrees via a binocular display, the Smartglasses run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and use three cameras to enable 6DoF tracking. content via a custom operating system called Blue Cat. S
While the Action One from 2018 resembles a futuristic recording on HoloLens, the new Action Air Nreal Light, one of the show stealers from CES 2019, resembles
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But while Nreal Light is in either a data packet or a compatible smartphone, Shadow Air uses its processor within the device, as evidenced by the extra-thick temples.
Based on the video that reveals the device, it appears that Action Air supports both handheld and control input, such as Action One. We have reached Shadow Technologies to confirm and receive additional information.
Smartglasses for the consumer segment is the sacred degree of the expanded reality industry and while the world is waiting for Apple to set the standard for smart glasses, it is starting and lesser known manufacturers going up to fill the void.
While Vuzix and North focus on lighter AR features, Shadow Technologies connects to Nreal among smartglass manufacturers trying to bring 3D content to consumers.
Cover image via Shadow Creator / YouTube