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Make Way - Samsung Follows Apple With Its Own AR glasses

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Amid a spate of rumors  in recent months about Apple's plans for a mixed reality headset and AR glasses, videos of Samsung's plans for its own AR glasses have purportedly leaked online. The video also shows that Samsung Glasses Lite feature an auto-dimming "sunglasses mode." The second video shows off the very similar “Samsung AR Glasses” concept, though this time it’s letting the user “see” 3D digital objects appear in the real world, a visual that should be instantly familiar to you if you’ve ever seen any of Microsoft’s HoloLens marketing.

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Amid a spate of rumors in recent months about Apple's plans for a mixed reality headset and AR glasses , videos of Samsung's plans for its own AR glasses have purportedly leaked online (via The Verge ).
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Samsung has been toying with AR glasses for years , most recently trotting out an extremely basic set of image-projecting goggles on the CES 2020 stage , but I’ve never seen the company suggest it might like to build an actually ambitious augmented reality wearable computing device — until perhaps today.
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February 21 Abner Li - Feb. 21st 2021 1:59 am PT @technacity Apple , Facebook , and Microsoft — Google’s plan is not yet clear — are all working on augmented reality wearables. We get a good view of glasses that are much thicker than regular eye frames, but immediately familiar.
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Leaked concept video featuring two Samsung AR devices has come to light. That may mean the company wants to make them all-day wear devices.
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Samsung announced in 2020 the closure of its virtual reality department, but according to leaked videos, there are two conceptual models of augmented reality glasses.