From the virtual eyes to the no-controller approach, in the latest episode of XR Talks, we tear into the Apple Vision Pro - with some extra commentary from 3lbXR CEO Robin Moulder.
Using Magic Leap 2 AR glasses, Mercedes-Benz looks to revolutionize the driving experience with the Vision One-Eleven concept car.
The highly anticipated Quest 3 and Apple Vision Pro demonstrate drastically different approaches to the XR market. What do they say about the XR ecosystem?
In a busy couple of weeks, DigiLens announces a new manufacturing process, plus partnerships with a number of companies in the software and hardware space.
A release from Nreal cites gaming as the primary inspiration, as this is a significant use case for the glasses. There may be a productivity angle too.
Apple AR glasses are delayed anew. Apple is reportedly focusing efforts on its mixed reality headset. Hear the thoughts of a VR and metaverse expert on how this delay impacts the industry.
The next-generation Z-Lens, Lumus' latest waveguide technology, built upon their 2D Maximus, features a smaller projector and prescription compatibility.
ARGO is its own hardware offering with its own custom operating system. We look at the industry solution as well as its history within DigiLens.
The Navigator 520 and Navigator 500 look pretty similar from the outside but there are big differences under the hood coming at a slight price increase.
A new XR startup is set to change the way we approach interactive experiences, combining portability, functionality, and style...
The Vuzix M400C doesn’t look like your standard pair of glasses. The Ultralite does. One is available now, one is coming soon.
We take a look at the new integrations and apps coming to Nreal Air. We also get a tour of the hardware and what the AR glasses look like in action.
The enterprise play by Epson Moverio features two new smart glasses, one with a controller and one hands-free, targeted at industrious users with variable XR skills.
Dispelix, the waveguide company recently named “company of the year” by Photonics Finland, achieves much success by working with industry partners.
Nreal Air is primarily a virtual screen device, making it compatible and lightweight. It also works with iOS devices while updated Nebula packs a punch.
Blade is one of the three product lines by Vuzix. Blade 2 has been in quiet development for the last few years and the fruit of that development is coming soon.