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1.1 0glasses AR glasses overview

0glasses took the lead to put out a cunsumer level AR glasses called RealX. Compared to most AR glasses, RealX’s unique lightweight design transforms the small-screen experience into an exciting 100-inch immersive mixed reality experiences.

It is the world’s first AR smart glasses that only weighs 70g. It’s compact and lightweight design offers versatility in everyday use. By simply plugging and playing, you can tether and control RealX to different kinds of computing devices such as mobile phones, game consoles, tablets, notebooks or RealX’s proprietary computing units via a USB-C display port without diminishing comfort and style.

The glasses supports third party SDKs and different capabilities, including SLAM, 6DoF tracking, plane detection, and image tracking. It also supports multi-modal interactive mechanism including voice recognition, hand gesture and touch panel via a mobile device or an optional proprietary computing unit. RealX could support an optional eye tracking module which offers eye tracking control for different user cases. All these tools could enable professionals to design true mixed reality experience. Along with the debut of RealX was the launch of CloudXR and Realx developer suite which side by side meet the needs AR developers.

0glasses also offers two enterprise level AR glasses, 0glasses Pro and 0glasses Danny. The two products feature a combined NginABC engine that is designed to provide precision industrial logic, as well as a full terminal work assistance system. They also have an augmented reality remote guidance system, AR-PSS and Hubble.

These features make the device suitable in different fields with complicated operations, and operations that requires efficiency. They are also most suitable to fields that have low tolerance for error such as aviation, medical and so on.

1.2 Development Overview

When developers use 0glasses AR glasses to develop MR applications, they need to have Vuforia SDK and an Android phone. You can develop MR applications on platforms such as Unity. With these features provided by 0glasses AR glasses, you can build brand new MR applications or use MR capabilities to enhance existing native Android applications. 0glasses AR glasses support many development environments.

With these features provided by 0glasses AR glasses, you can build brand new MR applications or use MR capabilities to enhance existing native Android applications. 0glasses AR glasses support many development environments.

1.3 Main functions

Get started with the five core features provided by 0glasses AR glasses. They have a SLAM spatial positioning, gesture recognition, gyroscope, speech recognition, third-party integration.

1.3.1 SLAM spatial positioning

SLAM (simultaneous localization and mapping) is the simultaneous modeling of the scene and positioning. Its purpose is to estimate the position and relative motion trajectory of some devices in the scene. SLAM is divided into two major functions: positioning and mapping. The main function of mapping is to understand the surrounding environment and establish the corresponding relationship between the surrounding environment and space; positioning is mainly based on the built map to determine the position of the device in the map, so as to obtain the information in the environment. Common indoor positioning technologies use wireless communication, base station positioning, inertial navigation positioning, bluetooth, wifi and other technologies to integrate a positioning system. However, this type of method has a large dependence on the environment, such as temperature, distance, and other Bluetooth effects. Therefore, specific methods need to be recalibrated in different environments, and multiple devices are often deployed. In addition, this type of method With near and far information, it is impossible to know the attitude of the device in space.

1.3.2 Gesture recognition

Gesture recognition is a topic that recognizes human gestures through mathematical algorithms. Gesture recognition can come from the movement of various parts of the human body, but generally refers to the movement of the face and hands. Users can use simple gestures to control or interact with the device to let the computer understand human behavior. Its core technologies are gesture segmentation, gesture analysis, and gesture recognition. 0glasses AR glasses provide four kinds of gesture recognition schemes. You can use 0glasses AR glasses and interact with the gestures and program content on the 0glasses AR platform for creation.

1.3.3 Speech recognition

Speech recognition technology, also known as Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR), aims to convert vocabulary content in human speech into computer-readable input, such as keystrokes, binary codes, or character sequences. Unlike speaker recognition and speaker confirmation, the latter attempts to identify or confirm the speaker who spoke, rather than the vocabulary contained in it.

According to different recognition objects, speech recognition tasks can be roughly divided into three categories: isolated word recognition, keyword recognition (or keyword spotting), and continuous speech recognition. Among them, the task of isolated word recognition is to recognize previously known isolated words, such as "on" and "off"; the task of continuous speech recognition is to recognize any continuous speech, such as a sentence or a paragraph; continuous speech flow The keyword detection in the target is continuous speech, but it does not recognize all the words, but just detects where several known keywords appear, such as detecting the words "computer" and "world" in a paragraph .

1.3.4 Gyroscope

The gyroscope sensor is an easy-to-use positioning and control system based on free space movement and gestures. Waving the mouse on an imaginary plane will move the cursor on the screen, and can easily create a drawing with a click of the button. These operations can be easily performed when you are giving a lecture or leaving the table.

0glasses AR glasses provide support for gyroscopes. You can use 0glasses AR glasses to precisely position the world of the gyroscope creation, virtual immersion, and the creation of 3D worlds, providing strong support for MR creation. Gyroscope can provide support:

1、 Navigation
Gyroscopes have been used for navigation since they were invented. They were first applied to V1 and V2 rockets. Therefore, if GPS is used, the navigation capability of mobile phones will reach an unprecedented level. In fact, many professional hand-held GPS are currently equipped with gyroscopes. If the corresponding software is installed on the mobile phone, its navigation capability is no less than that of many navigation devices currently used on ships and aircraft.

2、Camera image stabilization
The gyroscope can be used in conjunction with the camera on the mobile phone, such as anti-shake, which will greatly improve the mobile phone's camera capabilities.

3、As an input device
The gyroscope can also be used as an input device, which is equivalent to a stereo mouse. This function is similar to the game sensor in the third major use, and can even be considered a type

4、Other uses
The gyroscope has more functions to explore in the future, such as helping mobile phones to achieve many augmented reality functions. 1.3.5 Third Party

1.3.5 Integration

0glasses AR glasses can be integrated with third-party SDKs as plug-ins while maintaining its own characteristics and functions, with good stability and compatibility. For example, data from RGB cameras can be used in third-party SDKs to run face detection algorithms and the like. Version changes are always backward compatible, maintaining stability while adapting to multi-platform version updates.