am glass was showcased at CES 2020 during a special China tech event I was invited to. These augmented reality glasses were available to try featuring a demo where you use a bow and AR arrow to fire.
They’re mobile to a degree, but do require a side pouch type attachment to run. I’ll also note that the actual glasses themselves felt weighted due to their side attachment, but apparently carry a weight of 95/88 grams.
That aside, they do run efficiently and look great when it comes to the AR visual designs. Using the bow attachment was neat, and accurate for eliminating targets. Info wise there’s an AMglass SDK which works with AR toolkit, Unity and Vuforia. The FOV is 52 degrees, and they feature a HD resolution. It has dual global shutter fish eye cameras and an integrated RGB camera.
This also has 3000lm brightness on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 platform. It comes with 4GB Ram and 64GB of space. Android 7.1 is the operating system here. Anyways, neat augmented reality option to check out. It did look aesthetically pleasing. You can check out what else we visited at the show through the general hub for this year below, but also be sure to check out our preview of the LG Smart Door concept.
Read our LG Smart Door Preview
View our CES 2020 Hub