This is how the first augmented reality glasses that Vodafone Spain will sell

Nreal light

Vodafone Spain has just officially announced that from tomorrow they will have on sale their first Augmented Reality glasses, called Neal Light, with a look similar to sunglasses, as we discussed for their departure in South Korea last year, and aimed at private users, with the aim that they can experiment with the contents differently.

Those interested must have a mobile compatible with Android 11 or higher, whose list can be consulted in this link or through the Nebula application, which is the native application that will come standard on the Neal Light glasses themselves.

In this sense, users must install the version available for Android devices to be able to run the AR glasses with their mobiles. Later they must download the Vodafone 5G Reality AR application from the Google Play Store for free, developed in collaboration with Virtual Voyagers and Optiva Media, and make it work from Nebula in the glasses themselves.

From then on, they will be able to start creating their own interactive virtual desktops by integrating widgets belonging to the applications they usually use, although from the virtual desktops themselves they will also be able to browse the web pages or even watch TV differently, among other possibilities.

To offer a different way of interacting with the contents

Although it is not mandatory to have a 5G connection, Vodafone Spain they do recommend having a high-speed 5G connection for an optimal experience.

About prices, users, who must, in any case, be Vodafone customers, will be able to purchase their units by paying 576 euros in total in terms of 16 euros for 36 months, or by purchasing them together with the Oppo Find X3 Pro 5G paying 42.5 euros per month for 36 months, assuming a total cost of 1,530 euros.

Users will get a high-quality augmented reality experience enhanced by the two integrated front-facing cameras, microphones,, and dual speakers, giving six-degree freedom of movement, plane detection,, and image tracking.

Vodafone also has a demonstration video about its configuration and operation, where it is basically like having a transparent screen in which the real environment will be mixed with the widgets of the applications in a floating way in the environment itself.

You can see it here:

Vodafone becomes the first Spanish operator to launch Augmented Reality glasses. Perhaps this can be the starting point for what may come next, both from the operator itself and from the rivals.

More information: Vodafone

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