Xiaomi Smart Glasses

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By Lucky 33

Xiaomi Smart Glasses

Recently, Ray-Ban Stories introduced its smart glasses in collaboration with Facebook. Xiaomi has now joined them. Early signals of Facebook's monumental shift towards AR & VR, labor & value & hard technology. Unlike on the hardware side, where their primary competition is the world’s largest company, in the metaverse, Facebook primarily faces competition from much smaller gaming companies like Roblox › $RBLX & Epic.

The Chinese technology giant's smart glasses are called Xiaomi Smart Glasses, & although they have a smart system with a number of sensors, at first glance they look like ordinary glasses. Weighing just 51g, users can view messages & notifications, make phone calls, use navigation, take photos or translate text literally right in front of their eyes & in real time.

All this is possible thanks to the advanced technology of the MicroLED optical waveguide. As with OLED panels, MicroLED pixels are illuminated individually, ensuring higher sharpness & richer blacks. Compared to OLED, however, this technology has a higher pixel density, longer life & at the same time a simpler structure, thanks to which the display is more compact & easier to integrate even into small electronic devices.

Xiaomi Smart Glasses have a display chip measuring only 2.4 mm by 2.02 mm. The display is therefore about the size of a grain of rice & the individual pixels have a size of 4 μm . The visibility of the image even in direct sunlight guarantees a maximum brightness of 2 million rivets.

Thanks to the MicroLED technology, the light is refracted at an angle of 180 ° so the display can transmit light rays to the human eye with absolute accuracy. This process involves countless reflections of light rays, thanks to which the observer sees the complete image. All this takes place inside a single lens instead of the complex systems of multiple lenses, mirrors & the like used in most similar products.

It should also be emphasized that Xiaomi Smart Glasses are not a secondary display of a smartphone, but a smart device that can be controlled & used completely independently. The novelty hides a total of 497 components, including miniature sensors & communication modules.

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Xiaomi also admits that the big challenge was not to overwhelm the user's glasses, but to display only "the most important information exactly when it is needed." It is therefore unnecessary for the user to see all notifications from the phone in front of the eyes. That's why the glasses select & send only the most important messages (eg messages from important contacts, urgent information from office applications or even information from home alarms). They primarily use XiaoAi AI Assistant.

Of course, there is also telephoning (with the owners of glasses before answering the call will see the number & contact of who is calling), navigation using the map (which will be priceless especially when cycling or driving), photography (using the front 5Mpx camera), perform text presentation in real time (thanks to the camera's capture of the surroundings) & can also transcribe audio into text , including real-time translation.

So it's a whole host of advanced features, so it's no wonder that Xiaomi glasses need to have a quad-core ARM processor, a powerful battery, a touch panel, Wi-Fi / Bluetooth modules, an Android operating system & more. However, information on price & availability is still missing. However, given what the glasses offer, we can say with almost certainty that they will not be cheap equipment.

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