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Facebook’s AR Glasses taking it to the next level

Facebook’s AR Glasses taking it to the next level

Augmented Reality is being used for several years in various gadgets that enhance user experience. With the growing reality of virtual interaction during the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook is expanding its AI-based augmented reality (AR) initiative. Reality Labs aims to develop lightweight, stylish glasses that will allow consumers to interact safely and regardless of geographical distance with family and friends.

Facebook has considered the ergonomic advantage of 3D glasses that cover the user’s face to make reality look more authentic than the need to constantly look at a phone or smartwatch. As these glasses must be very ethical and easy to use, Facebook wants to make this device private, safe, easy to use, functionally reliable, and comfortable to wear.

To ensure ethical development, the laboratory has developed a set of principles for responsible innovation. These principles never include surprising consumers with the way the product works, providing transparent controls that consumers can make sense of, considering all potential consumers and neighbors who may be affected, and giving the community an advantage over commercial profits.

Sample scenarios of how these glasses work may include visiting a favorite coffee shop. When the consumer enters the cafe, the glasses can automatically order a drink that the consumer prefers. Besides, the device Assistant can activate the user’s in-ear monitors (IEM) to reduce unnecessary environmental noise. In addition, the Assistant can also access the user’s contact list so that the user can make calls without opening the laptop or phone. Finally, the glasses can even send fine reminders of calendar events and predict the best travel route based on driving conditions.

Although many previous virtual reality devices have highlighted the prospect of computers, these augmented reality glasses focus on everyday human activity. Following the user’s usual routine, AR AI adds its vocabulary by acting, learning, and discovering based on a user’s daily actions.

Perhaps most innovatively, through a technology pillar known as an ultra-low friction input, these AR glasses will aim to predict consumer intentions. Such a feature can allow the device to predict the movement of the finger itself, thus reducing the time from intention to continuation of the task. Finally, AR adopts AI, context, and customization trifecta to contextualize a user’s desires and needs based on that person’s habits.

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