August 18, 2022
Facebook is developing neural wristbands to support augmented reality glasses

Facebook said on Thursday it is developing a wristband that will be able to control its augmented reality (AR) glasses, launching this year.

The company said that the wearers of the band will be able to interact with the virtual world with the movement of their fingers. blog post,

The AR-supporting wearable device will also be able to detect neural signals to interpret complex hand gestures and movements.

It marks a move for Facebook in a hotly contested race between tech giants like Apple, Amazon and Alphabet’s Google in an industry that believes specs will eventually completely replace mobile phone functionality. .

Facebook has previously said that smart glasses will have to rely on devices like phones for the foreseeable future, due to constraints such as battery life and heat generated from processing. A wristband would be able to serve as a platform to calculate and support such functions.

In September, Facebook said it was about five to 10 years away from being able to bring to market “true” augmented reality glasses that allow people to jointly see and interact with shared virtual objects. will have capacity.

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