Lenovo seems to have gotten the memoranda that the real money in the augmented actuality cavity is going to be made in endeavour. Ahead of tomorrow’s CES kick off, the equipment fellowship announced the impending arrival of the ThinkReality A3, a duet of enterprise AR glass that look to follow the lead set by corporations like Epson and Microsoft.
The glasses are set to arrive at some stage in the middle of its first year. No text from Lenovo on pricing — which isn’t only surprising for an enterprise-only device. The headset boasts a 1080 p solving, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR1 microchip. A duet of fish-eye cameras render motion tracking, while an eight-megapixel RGB camera grabs video for remote use.
The device is designed to tether to a PC or a handful of Motorola( owned by Lenovo) phones via USB-C. The glass follow the announcement of the ThinkReality A6 head-mounted display, which offers a more traditional form factor( insofar as there is a traditional shape ingredient for AR, I expect ).
“For use in situations from factory floors and laboratories to busy retail and hospitality openings, attested turnkey applications on the Think Reality platform capabilities remote succor, steered workflows, and 3D visualization, ” the company writes. “Now, industrial workers have a light, flexible, and scalable plan of smart-alecky glasses to increase productivity and safety while decreasing error rates in daily tasks.”
Clearly Lenovo remembers the immediate future for AR is in the enterprise space. The firm has dabbled with it a little in the consumer space with commodities like the Star Wars Jedi Challenges headset, but for now at least, that feels like something of a one-off.
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