Released at the CES 2021 event is the Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses. Before you say to yourself: not another pair of AR/VR gadget, these are different. No, they really are. Their main purpose is to increase efficiency and lower downtimes in enterprises—such as factories, hospitality spaces, retail locations, and more—making them highly suitable for a remote work environment.
And from virtual monitors and 3D visualization to AR-assisted workflows, these smart glasses work with a variety of environments.
Tether the glasses to your devices to improve productivity
Connect the Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses to a PC or various Motorola smartphones via a USB-C cable. In particular, the glasses provide a hands-free work environment. Supported by the ThinkReality software platform, you can build, manage, and deploy various reality applications with global support.
In addition, the smart glasses let you position multiple virtual monitors in your field of view ad use Windows software tools and applications. This helps to increase productivity and privacy. All the while, your working experience will be more immersive, which is ideal for finance, engineering, and creative work where you need to access multiple applications at once. In fact, you can create scenarios from factory floors to laboratories. The ThinkReality platform offers guided workflows and 3D visualization. This helps to decrease errors and improve planning for finicky tasks.
Boasts high-tech features for audio and visual enhancements
These AR smart glasses use Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 Platform for the power, ensuring that they’re high-performing and won’t let you down. They use a high-quality 1080p display that presents up to five virtual displays for you, allowing you to mix and match the content you see. And an 8 MP RGB camera offers 1080p video quality. This is an ideal spec for remote working and conferences to improve the visual effects. While the dual fish-eye cameras feature room-scale tracking. In fact, room-scale tracking is considered to be one of the most important features of smart glasses. This technology tracks your head movements to adjust the environment in real-time, so it’s as if what you’re seeing is right in the room in front of you.
Replicates the appearance of sunglasses
Although looks aren’t everything, when you’re opting for a pair of glasses, you want them to feel comfortable and durable. The Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses possess a similar appearance to chunky sunglasses. And companies can modify the frames with various options, helping to make them more durable and safer to wear and use.
Overall, the Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart glasses will be available in mid-2021, with no price released. Are these Lenovo glasses something you could imagine wearing? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.