The new crazy from Xiaomi is augmented reality glasses and 15x zoom. They are glasses with a camera and a small screen. That’s right, now it will be possible to easily record all the most important moments, and see what the world looks like through augmented reality lenses.
That’s right, now it will be possible to easily record all the most important moments, and see what the world looks like through augmented reality lenses. Imagine all the possibilities this new technology opens up!
Of course, with any new technology, there are bound to be some drawbacks. For example, the glasses have a 15x zoom camera which can be dangerous when used on the go. The small screen may be difficult to see in bright light.
But overall, these glasses are a huge step forward in augmented reality technology, and we can’t wait to see what they can do in the future!
Augmented reality may become the new trend among tech companies, but for most of them it will be difficult to make the leap without having the foundations and technology to start independently. Even one company betting on this concept, Meta, preferred to start with “simple” Ray-Ban camera glasses.
What Xiaomi has presented today goes further, and we can say that it is the natural evolution of this product. They are glasses with a camera, but in this case the priority is not on the glasses themselves, but on the built-in technology. Just like Xiaomi Mijia glasses cameras.
Xiaomi camera glasses
The device announced today is basically a wearable video camera that comes in the form of glasses. While Ray-Ban glasses and Facebook Try to hide the camera inside the frame, in this case the main camera is very large and visible. This is because it is also a super camera, capable of taking “first person” photos, which should surprise us.
The main sensor used is 50 MP, but the interesting thing is that it is accompanied by an 8 MP telescopic camera with optical image stabilization, which allows us to zoom in and take pictures of distant subjects. Specifically, thanks to this sensor we can activate the 5x optical zoom, as well as the 15x hybrid zoom.
One of the big problems when recording or taking photos is that we often miss the moment; These cameras have a “rewind” function, which keeps the pictures constantly even when we are not taking pictures. When we press the button to take the photo, we have the option to go back 10 seconds and save the photo to memory. The images can then be sent to the mobile using the official app, where we can also apply filters and share them with other users.
but this is not all. These glasses also have augmented reality technology in the right lens, thanks to a Micro OLED display with 60% light efficiency. We can’t use this viewfinder to see the photos we’ve taken, nor to see what the camera sees, but it’s capable of displaying text and graphics superimposed on “reality”.
Xiaomi used this to implement a real-time translator between English and Chinese. Indeed, the glasses are able to recognize text through the cameras and display the translation on the built-in screen. Another interesting feature shows guides for taking better photos, with many preset scenes, and Xiaomi promises more features in future updates. To run this program, a wizard is included snapdragon Eight cores.
Privacy is an aspect that would give a lot to talk about in this type of product. Although these glasses do not go unnoticed, Xiaomi has implemented LED indicators on the front that light up if we take pictures or record a video. And for the user, we promise that others will not be able to access the photos we take if they are stored in the internal memory of the glasses.
The Xiaomi Mijia Glasses camera is available in China through the brand’s crowdfunding platform, with a starting price of 2,699 yuan, approximately 360 euros at the exchange rate.
The new Xiaomi glasses are a major breakthrough in the field of augmented reality. Thanks to the camera and small screen, they allow users to see the world around them with greater clarity and detail. At AndroidGeek, we’ll keep you updated with the latest tech news and leaks, so stay tuned!
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