Metas CTO Andrew Bosworth talks about the state of its AR glasses Business Insider | Makemetechie.com Summary
- Users might eventually be able to use the glasses for something far more immersive than the standard video call — like interacting with holograms of other people, The Verge reported..
- But the company has a drastically more ambitious plan in the works: A pair of augmented reality glasses that are designed for a future where we won't use smartphones, according to the tech newsletter Command Line..
- Meta's AR glasses might be "the most advanced piece of technology on the planet in its domain," Meta's CTO Andrew Bosworth, and head of its Reality Labs division, recently told the newsletter..
- "In the domain of consumer electronics, it might be the most advanced thing that we've ever produced as a species," he said.The glasses aren't likely to hit the market until the end of the decade..
- Added to that, Meta is working on manufacturing new materials for the glasses, and considering how to give them enough power so that users don't need to keep charging them periodically, Bosworth explained..
- Right now, there's a lot of excitement around Meta's new Ray Ban Smart Glasses, which come with a camera and built-in speakers, so users can play music, and even take phone calls with them..
Meta is making a bet that well see the future in 20/20 (or better) with its new lineup of eyewear.Right now, theres a lot of excitement around Metas new Ray Ban Smart Glasses, which come with [+1938 chars]