LG Develops Ultra-Light and Thin AR Glasses Products

South Korean manufacturer LG is reportedly cooperating with Japan’s NTT Docomo to develop “very lightweight” AR glasses, weighing only 79.38 grams, which is better than similar products on the market. It’s much lighter. LG spokesperson did not respond to this report.

South Korean media ETNews cited industry sources as saying that LG and NTT Docomo have cooperated and have developed prototype AR glasses. The two companies expect the products to be released next year after further research and development. The two companies are now negotiating for the final function of the glasses, and the two companies have also cooperated for the development of LTE and 5G networks in the past.

Expect to become one of the main businesses in the future

According to reports, LG has started researching and developing related projects in 2018. For the next-generation media market, the company has high expectations for the project and hopes to become one of its main businesses in the future. The market expects that benefiting from the development of 5G networks, AR glasses, which provide higher fidelity devices, are expected to surpass smart phones and become mainstream communication devices. The report also pointed out that because of the epidemic, Japanese media content has recorded the highest growth in AR-related content, which is particularly benefited from the increased demand for home media during the epidemic. Considering that the content market in Japan is more mature, the chance of success for this AR glasses in Japan may be greater than in Korea.

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South Korean manufacturer LG is reportedly cooperating with Japan’s NTT Docomo to develop "very lightweight" AR glasses

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