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Nreal Light gets Nebula 3D augmented reality UI and eye tracking
Nreal has unveiled the consumer user interface for its Light glasses, as well as multiple input schemes including eye tracking and 6DoF controllers.
Nreal CEO Chi Xu interview: Advancing AR’s future, one step at a time
Nreal's CEO is preparing to release the first viable consumer AR headset this year, and we spoke with him early in CES to learn about the vision.
What’s next for consumer AR in 2020
Augmented reality has been slow to take off due to pricing challenges and technology limitations, but 2020 will see early consumer AR become a real thing.
Apple delaying AR glasses until 2022 would be bad for XR, but no shock
If you've held out hope for consumer-ready Apple AR glasses to hit stores next year, you (and your favorite app developers) will likely be disappointed.
Nreal Light AR glasses slip to 2020, but win backing from China Unicom
One of the most exciting AR headsets will miss its original 2019 ship date, while getting an opportunity to shine in Chinese mobile stores ahead of release.
iOS 13 reveals iPhone-tethered Apple AR glasses with a controller
Code in new Apple developer releases lays bare Apple's plans for stereo AR glasses, suggesting that iPhones will handle their processing and visuals.
Nreal Light mixed-reality glasses will release next year for just $499
The Nreal Light is aiming to be a lighter and more compact way of adding some pizazz to your everyday life with mixed-reality experiences. It's on the way, and it's on the better side of $500. The
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Nreal's mixed reality glasses will cost $499 and ship this year
First unveiled at CES 2019, Nreal's Light mixed reality glasses are almost ready for their commercial debut. According to the Chinese startup behind the glasses, they'll cost $499 and a limited
Nreal Light mixed reality smartglasses will debut for $500
Nreal is launching its Nreal Light augmented reality smartglasses for $500. It is one of the first lightweight AR glasses with a bright display.
Nreal's mixed reality glasses can be powered by a 5G phone
Can 'mixed reality' glasses ever go mainstream? Nreal certainly thinks so. The company is pushing ahead with Light, a pair of "ready-to-wear" spectacles that project immersive videos, games and