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Charting a Path to Viable Consumer AR Glasses, Part IV

AR Insider

Part 1 : The two biggest barriers holding wearable displays back are visual quality and device comfort, which hinge on the display and optics technology. Old vs New Assumptions for Consumer-Grade Wearable Displays. and Avegant is pursuing a foveated display for AR. What does that look like, and how do we get there?

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A new kind of screen could help computer glasses replace the.

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It doesn’t burn me, because it’s a computer image displayed through a new kind of headset prototype built by Avegant, a Silicon Valley-based startup. Avegant calls it “light field.” Vimeo/Avegant He sees Avegant’s new display as a key part of the technology that will one day enable smart glasses to replace our phones and other screens.

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The AR Show: Designing AR for the Way Our Eyes Work

AR Insider

This can be said for Avegant CEO Edward Tang. Soon after that, Avegant was born. It’s first product, the 2016 Glyph , was a personal entertainment wearable that won CES’ best new product and remains a favorite of XR enthusiasts to this day. But then came a crossroads.

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