On September 15 Xiaomi is holding a huge event. There we can expect a bunch of new phones and tablets. But the company also had something new to show us. We’re talking about the newly unveiled Xiaomi Smart Glasses. Lijun the Founder, and CEO of Xiaomi tweeted last day about Introducing that Smart Glasses.
These are, unsurprisingly, smart glasses, however, the company bills them as “an engineer’s look into an advanced future”. They’re a “smart wearable device concept”, not an actual product with a shipping date and price, unfortunately.
Xiaomi Smart Glasses Specification
- Weigh only 51g
- Display Notifications
- Make calls
- Help You Navigate
- Take Photos
- Translate Text Real-Time “right before your eyes”
- There’s also a teleprompter function
- Display uses MicroLEDs for backlighting
- Display chip measures only 2.4mm x 2.02mm
- Individual pixels are sized at 4μm
- Ultra-efficient monochrome panel
No colors for you! – in order to be able to reach a brightness of 2 million nits when need be and you’re looking at harsh sunlight directly.
The MicroLED display uses optical waveguide technology that refracts light at 180 degrees. It accurately transmits light beams to the human eye “through the microscopic grating structure of the optical waveguide lens”, Xiaomi tells us.
This grating structure etched onto the inner surface of the glasses’ lens lets light be refracted in a unique way, through bouncing light beams countless times, and allowing the eye to see a complete image. All of this is done in a single lens, not using complicated multiple lens systems, mirrors, or half mirrors.
The Xiao AI assistant is the “primary interaction method” with the glasses. It lets only the most important notifications get through to you, and doesn’t disturb you with every single notification your phone gets – you’ll see smart home alarms, urgent information from office apps, messages from important contacts, and other such things.
The glasses have built-in dual beamforming mics and speakers, so you can take calls on them. There’s a 5 MP camera on the front for pictures, and the Smart Glasses can transcribe audio into text with translations in real-time. The Smart Glasses feature a quad-core ARM processor, battery, touchpad, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules, and, interestingly, a version of Android as the software – although we don’t have more details on specifics.
That’s kind of the theme of this announcement overall. what you read so far is the entirety of the information that Xiaomi has released. And it’s not very detailed, is it? we take this to be a concept device to showcase the fact that Xiaomi is working on smart glasses as a mass-market product, but this is not that – merely a sneak peek into the future.
Hopefully, the final product arrives as soon as possible and delivers on the promise of the concept, because it’s definitely intriguing.
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