Return to the spotlight after its debut last year CES, reinforced reality smartglasses maker Rokid is back with a new update.
On Monday, China-based startup project Aurora announced at CES in Las Vegas. The new prototype hardware device is described as functioning as an extension of existing interfaces on smartphones, tablets, laptops and game consoles.
The prototype has dual depth cameras, 6DoF tracking, SLAM (simultaneous location and mapping), an RGB camera stereo speaker and a USB C port. According to the company, the unit shows up the company's data vision, AR and AI capabilities.
Although we have not yet tested the device to measure these claims, Rokid claims that its device can deliver face recognition, object (1
The demo video (above) of the device displays a user playing a smartphone game while wearing Project Aurora. But while he checks the game with his hands on the smartphone, he looks at the game and looks straight at the Rokid device.
It is more heads-up display area than AR, but given the device's deep cameras, we are likely to see one more AR-focused demonstration of the device once a week at CES.