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TCL Unveils New AR Glasses at CES 2023

The TCL RayNeo X2 offers a fully savvy wearable encounter that effectively encourages a stronger connection between users, the world outside, and the gadgets being used by them.

TCL is a leading brand in the display technology sector and also facilitates cutting-edge and accessible smart experiences for users. It is introducing the new RayNeo X2 AR smart glasses at this year’s CES 2023. The ground-breaking glasses combine cutting-edge binocular, full-colour Micro-LED optical waveguide displays with a variety of fresh functionalities to offer users unmatched AR experiences.

Howie Li, the CEO of TCL RayNeo, remarked that the first binocular full-colour Micro-LED optical waveguide AR glasses have been made by TCL RayNeo. RayNeo’s innovation does not skimp on cutting-edge technology, fashionable design, or user-friendliness. It will serve as a benchmark for subsequent advancements in the wearable AR space. According to Li, the future of AR glasses is RayNeo X2, and there are a lot of possibilities on the horizon.

The stereoscopic full-colour Micro-LED optical waveguide AR glasses display is the first one of its kind. The RayNeo X2 device takes on the business challenge of making augmented reality (AR) glasses look like traditional eyeglasses without having to sacrifice technological configuration by maintaining a light and nuanced design suitable for regular usage. In addition, it will also offer comprehensive and impactful assistant features. These range from photography and smart navigation to music playing and automatic translation.

The AR glasses are suitable for both outdoor and indoor use thanks to significant display enhancements, including a rich contrast ratio of up to 100,000:1, and up to 1,000 nits of picture brightness.

TCL RayNeo X2, which runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon® XR2 framework, takes advantage of cutting-edge AR innovations that let users experience their surroundings through novel and fascinating perspectives.

The intelligent GPS navigation technology of the TCL RayNeo X2 combines simultaneous localisation and mapping (SLAM) with gesture recognition. As one gets further, its mapping highlights surrounding locations, transforming peaceful walks and bicycle rides into breathtaking tours of the city. Additionally, the on-screen call and message notifications made possible by Bluetooth on the RayNeo X2 keep one informed when they are on the move and exploring.

The TCL RayNeo X2 removes communication obstacles caused by language. Multiple languages are translated in real-time using AI. The AR glasses instantly recognise and interpret in-person conversations while chatting face-to-face, with subtitles appearing on the screen—ideal for networking and visiting abroad. For the user, the translation features provide engaging language learning experiences.

Users of the TCL RayNeo X2 are free to explore new entertainment options. With the hands-free embedded camera, users may take pictures, record videos, and even do time-lapse from a novel first-person viewpoint. With the aid of clever features like image stabilisation, which minimises shaking and movement, and auto night mode. This enables one to capture vivid moments even in the dark, and they can consistently shoot the ideal photo.

RayNeo will launch a developer project in Q1 this year, inviting creative developers to join and create novel, user-driven features for the AR glasses as a sign of its dedication to AR innovation. This is done in an effort to help TCL RayNeo X2 develop more outstanding capabilities, which will advance AR application and creativity.

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