Popular social media giant Facebook Inc. is reportedly working to bring Ray Ban AR Smart Glasses soon. Based in Menlo Park, the tech company cites the potential boom in the Augmented Reality (AR)-based tech behind developing the AR smart glasses.
The company has confirmed that it working with Ray Ban’s parent company, Essilor Luxottica, to bring the smart glasses in the market. Let us read more details about the upcoming AR Glasses from Facebook below:
According to Mark Zuckerberg, the company is working to develop the glasses under its Project Aria. In the investor’s meeting, Zuckerberg said that the smart wearable from Facebook will have amazing features. And that it will come with the “iconic form factor” of Ray Ban.
If you’re not aware, Project Aria is Facebook’s top-notch R&D program to develop AR-based, innovative technologies. The social media giant has launched the program in 2020 and has been working to bring cutting-edge technologies to the smart wearable industry.
Details about Facebook Ray Ban AR Smart Glasses
The present Project Aria is trying to accomplish the vision Zuckerberg had for the AR/VR-based tech. The Ray Ban AR Smart Glasses from Facebook will be a great step by the company to bring AR/VR experiences.
Not much is known at present about the AR Smart Glasses. However, the company has earlier revealed that it wants to develop smart glasses that are “flexible enough to work for most faces.”
As per the revealed description of the AR glasses in Project Aria, people can easily navigate around the city, make a call without taking out their phones, find lost items, etc. Although Zuckerberg has plans to launch the Ray Ban AR Smart Glasses this year itself, no proper date has been finalized yet.
So, we will have to wait till the company officially announces it.
What do you think about the development of AR Smart Glasses? If you get the opportunity, would you like to try it? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section.
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