The NReal is launching the company’s Air AR glasses in the USA through Amazon, and these glasses allow users to project a large virtual screen for gaming and streaming.
The NReal Air augmented reality (AR) glasses have been available in Europe since May, but they are finally launching in the good-ole USA.
These glasses connect through HDMI, so devices like iPhones may need an adapter of some kind for a stable connection.
The Air models need a device such as a smartphone or computer for connections, Unlike the standalone NReal Light mixed-reality glasses.
These consumer-grade AR glasses gives lot of snazzy features intended primarily for streaming video or playing games, with the ability to project an extremely large virtual screen in front of the user’s face. Just how large? Up to 200 inches of OLED goodness.
NReal has you covered here, selling a proprietary HDMI-to-Lightning adapter for Apple products.
Once you get connected, however, you will find a robust OLED display with a 100,000:1 contrast ratio, a brightness value of 400 nits, and a 46-degree field of view. The virtual screen has also been highly touted by the company as the perfect companion for Xbox Cloud gaming sessions.
According to NReal, these glasses are compatible with all of the major gaming consoles, including the Steam Deck and PCs.
To that end, M2-equipped Mac computers can now integrate with the company’s Nebula software platform, allowing consumers to use the glasses as a floating virtual display to add a bit of high-tech future gloss to the workday.
Preorders for the Air AR glasses are ongoing at Amazon, with an official USA launch date of October 4 for $379.