Oppo will display augmented reality glasses and should increase focus on AI


Oppo made this Wednesday (8) several publications related to news that will be presented in the next edition of Inno Day, an annual event promoted by the company to update consumers and investors regarding what is being produced in its facilities. The brand is expected to showcase its first augmented reality (AR) glasses, as well as a neural processing unit (NPU) and other products from December 14th.

The details of the new glasses still remain a well-guarded mystery by the company, and the image released by Oppo does not provide much clarification. Even so, it can be expected that it represents a new trend seen in many brands, related to high investments in devices that integrate real-world information along with virtual elements.

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The uses of virtual reality glasses are quite varied, and the products of the type are among the most talked about subjects in the world of technology, especially after Meta (formerly Facebook) introduced the “Metaverse” through its CEO Mark Zuckerberg — in this In this new situation, it will be possible to carry out a wide range of collaborative tasks, such as remote meetings and other practical work.

The products are still expected to take advantage of 5G technology, which will allow for higher connection speeds and lower latency — aspects that are essential for the advancement of these new technologies. Also thinking about this, Oppo posted a teaser related to a new neural processing chip, called MariSilicon X.

Inno Day 2021 is scheduled to take place between the 14th and 15th of December, and for the first time Oppo promotes the event completely virtual. The visitors’ own experience will also serve as a kind of “preparation” for what the company intends for the future, as subscribers can assemble their own animated avatars, which will wander through digital corridors to reach the various exhibitions — in addition, there will be distribution of hidden items (easter eggs), which can be found collaboratively.

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