Rokid, that won two innovation awards at CES 2018, its debut year, is launching mass production of the highly anticipated Rokid Glass. Rokid’s Glass is powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835 Mobile XR Platform and is a fully standalone Augmented Reality (AR) smart glass. The eye wearable AR glass will be equipped with powerful voice-activated AI and will be lightweight and fashionable.
“We’re thrilled to finally offer Rokid Glass to the mass market,” said Reynold Wu, director of product at Rokid. “Through our beta program, our existing enterprise clients already span across manufacturing, education, medical, mining, maintenance and more. We’re extremely excited to see how our enterprise partners use this assistive device to increase efficiencies.”
Designed with a focus on the enterprise, Rokid’s AR glass comes with an array of functional applications for industries such as –
- Energy development
Rokid’s proprietary AI is embedded on the device — the device itself can work for 4-5 hours in active use and 70 hours on standby when fully charged once. Rokid’s main intention with its globally anticipated AR-glass is to help businesses achieve that employees can work both smarter and better and that the technology benefits a business’ after-sales services and maintenance efficiencies.
“Rokid delivers an efficient and practical enterprise smart glass built on the Snapdragon 835 Platform. Rokid Glass’ optimized features including local AI algorithms enabled by the Snapdragon heterogeneous compute platform, efficient power consumption and extended battery life demonstrate great strides in transforming industries and business verticals,” said Said Bakadir, director of product management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
The glass has an aesthetic and a unique design that has its balance point at the rear of the device, helping natural tracing of the users’ eyebrows. Adjustable nose pads ensure that it accommodates more than 90% of users’ interpupillary distance. Additionally, Rokid’s glass comes with a safety feature to keep the equipment in place, especially at work.