Chip manufacturer Qualcomm has announced the XR1 AR Smart Viewer, a reference design for AR glasses with hand tracking and plane detection. The design has been adopted by Lenovo for its ThinkReality A3 glasses, set for a 2021 launch.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

Qualcomm announces XR1 AR Smart Viewer reference design - The Verge

Lenovo adopted the design for its ThinkReality glasses Qualcomm Chip maker Qualcomm has introduced a new reference design for augmented reality glasses: an AR smart viewer you can tether to a phone… [+2693 chars]

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