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Nreal Light

Nreal Light
  • Field of View

    52°

  • Resolution

    1920 × 1080 px

  • Weight

    85 g

  • Battery Life

    3 h

Description
Introducing the new Nreal Light, a mixed reality headset with a field of view of 52°, an intuitive touch-sensitive controller, and a 1920 × 1080 px resolution. Nreal Light is compatible with all SteamVR games and apps, so you can play your favorite VR games in your living room.This headset includes some amazing features like 360 tracking and room scale that make it one of the most advanced headsets on the market today.
Specification
Sizing
Weight
85 g
Other
Front Camera?
YES
Built in Microphone?
YES
Voice Command?
YES
Battery Life
3 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Built in Headphones?
YES
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Display Type
2 x OLED binocular
Resolution
1920 × 1080 px
Field of View
52°
Overview
Category
Mixed Reality
Model Name
Light
Country of Origin
China
Brand
Nreal
Release Date
2019
Reviews of the Nreal Light
Rated 3.3 / 5 from 8 Reviews
A (Limited) Preview Of The Future
uploadvr.com
If you’re a software developer or tinkerer interested in building for the latest technology platforms, and $599 is a reasonable price to you, picking up Nreal Light could be a great way to get started in AR.
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These AR glasses don't offer much of an AR experience
cnet.com
In its current form, I think the Light is something cool and futuristic to show your friends. Perhaps some die-hard AR fans or early adopters might be interested, but it still has a lot of quirks to iron out before it can appeal to a mainstream audience.
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Impressive Mixed Reality Smart Glasses
xrtoday.com
These lightweight smart glasses from NReal pack a punch for those who want to experiment with mixed reality in style. Although there’s still room for growth in some aspects of the experience, like the need for a wider field of view, all around, everything works surprisingly well. Whether you’re playing games on your smartphone, or sharing an MR environment with a co-worker, the NReal Light glasses are a delight.
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Still not quite ready for reality
androidcentral.com
  • - 3
Nreal Light represents the best vision of consumer-ready AR glasses that are actually affordable, but even with the significant hardware improvements over the competition, it's software that still hasn't evolved enough for most folks. Still, if you're an AR enthusiast, Nreal Light offers a compelling experience that you'll likely enjoy.
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Hands-on with Nreal Light, One of the First Consumer-available AR Glasses
roadtovr.com
Overall, I’m generally impressed with Nreal Light. While it’s not perfect yet, their software combined with the glasses make for an early AR experience, but one use-cases that already feel useful. But this is definitely in the ‘early adopter’ phase, so you’ll have to be patient for the software to advance. For example, hand tracking is also functional, but there aren’t a lot of apps to use it with so I couldn’t try it yet. In any case, I can’t wait to see what else Nreal and AR in general has in store for us.
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The promising Nreal Light Augmented Reality Glasses reviewed by our team
immersiv.io
One thing is for sure, the release of these glasses at this price, with good visual quality and the Android compatibility will be an interesting opportunity for the augmented reality market and consumption, and will also push the other stakeholders (presently Apple, Google or Facebook) to speed up their work to take the lead.
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HARDWARE IS ONLY HALF THE BATTLE
theverge.com
Nreal’s Light sunglasses, which Verizon will start selling later this month, are one of only a few consumer-focused augmented reality headsets. They’re an impressive technical feat: small for an AR or VR product, comparatively affordable at $599, and capable of full-fledged mixed reality that projects images into real space, not just a flat heads-up overlay like the North Focals.
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Close, But Not Quite There Yet
tomshardware.com
  • - 3.5
The Nreal Light is a valiant effort in the AR realm, offering 1080p per eye, 1000 nits brightness, and a tethered experience that suits either left- or right-handed users. But the $599 price will be a turnoff for many, considering the limited smartphone support and apps that lack depth.
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