While Google is testing its translator glasses, Xiaomi is without big announcements and announcements releases Mijia Glasses Camera which can be used for AR and VR applications. Judging by the technical characteristics, the emphasis is on the camera and the screen.
The gadget looks very futuristic and … cumbersome. As a head camera, Mijia Glasses Camera is equipped with a 50-megapixel Quad Bayer 4-in-1 wide-angle camera and an 8-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with split OIS, while weighing only 100g. With this combination of lenses, Mijia Glasses Camera provides 5- 1x optical zoom and 15x hybrid zoom.
At the same time, in order to facilitate real-time recording, the device supports second-level quick capture, and supports a return function that can save the image content 10 seconds before the button is pressed.
In addition to taking pictures with built-in Snapdragon 8-core independent computing platform, Mi Glasses Camera is also an AR glasses. In terms of functionality, the glasses can currently perform real-time translation between English and Chinese, and can present a guide to using the Mi Glasses camera with AR effects, such as botanical garden, zoo, screencast and other functions.
In addition, to ensure the privacy of the object being photographed, the front of the glasses is equipped with LED indicators, the indicator lights up when a photo or record is opened, to alert others.
In terms of display, Mijia Glasses Camera uses a combination of Micro OLED display + free-form optical prism with a light output of 60%, and has passed the German Rheinland low blue light equipment certification, the screen is also clear and protects eyes in sunlight.
The gadget costs $400.