Xreal introduces the Air 2 Ultra augmented reality glasses

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Ahead of CES 2024, Xreal Inc., formerly known as Nreal, announced the release of the Xreal Air 2 Ultra augmented reality glasses, which have new 3D sensors and computer vision features for projecting virtual objects onto the surrounding environment.

The stylish titanium ring frame of the new wearable AR glasses has a “wayfarer-esque design.” Unlike augmented reality, mixed reality is a technology that blends digital content with the real world through the use of cameras and completely enclosed goggles.

Because of this, mixed reality headsets are far heavier and bulkier than augmented reality glasses, which can be more comfortable to wear over time because they use clear lenses with screens inside to “augment” the user’s vision.

Read More: Xreal releases $699 Air 2 Ultra augmented reality glasses

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