Nreal Light AR Glasses

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Immerse yourself in the virtual world with the Light AR Glasses. These lightweight, fashionable and comfortable mixed reality glasses feature a portable, 220-inch IMAX screen. Create your own private theater experience with a 1080 HD screen and integrated speakers. Multitask with your favorite apps like YouTube, Instagram or WhatsApp. once you plug in your phone and open the products app, all your phone apps will appear in your augmented reality space, and you can use your phone as a 3DoF controller. And, the glasses keep your experience private and secure so only you can see what's displayed.

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2.5 out of 5 rating

2.5/5

6 reviews

50%

of reviewers recommend this product.

Beta beta beta. Not ready for public!

1 out of 5 rating

Daylan · 15 days ago

They are interesting look at directio. Of technology but they are no where near ready to be sold and used by the public. They are extremely limited on apps a d functions. And the for is so small . It was so bad I opened a return within hours of opening the box. I did t even let my family try it I was so disappointed. I cannot believe Verizon allowed these to be sold. And now it's been a month and still waiting on refund.

Phenomenal hardware, but...

4 out of 5 rating

Night · 1 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

The hardware itself is phenomenal. It functions well, and has tons of potential but right now there's not much to back it up. There's a limited number of apps and experiences out. Nreal offers software to make your own apps but that doesn't help much for common people.

Features

  • Lightweight, fashionable and comfortable
  • Immerse yourself in your favorite movie
  • Portable IMAX screen
  • Open multiple apps in the same space
  • Use phone as a 3DoF controller
  • Private and secure

Specs

  • Dimensions: 5.75 x 6.89 x 1.73 in.
  • Weight: 3.74 oz.

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  • Nreal Light AR Glasses
2.5 out of 5 rating

2.5/5

6 reviews

50%

of reviewers recommend this product.

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1 out of 5 rating
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Beta beta beta. Not ready for public!

1 out of 5 rating

Daylan · 15 days ago

They are interesting look at directio. Of technology but they are no where near ready to be sold and used by the public. They are extremely limited on apps a d functions. And the for is so small . It was so bad I opened a return within hours of opening the box. I did t even let my family try it I was so disappointed. I cannot believe Verizon allowed these to be sold. And now it's been a month and still waiting on refund.

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Phenomenal hardware, but...

4 out of 5 rating

Night · 1 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

The hardware itself is phenomenal. It functions well, and has tons of potential but right now there's not much to back it up. There's a limited number of apps and experiences out. Nreal offers software to make your own apps but that doesn't help much for common people.

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A fantastic, promising piece of tech when anything works for it.

1 out of 5 rating

VRHunter · 1 months ago

I love AR, and VR so much I was willing to be able early adopter just so I could get on the ground floor of writing some code for this thing. I ordered a pair and figured I would push it to its limits, figure out how to build games on it, and have fun with my degree while helping the community expand its offerings. What a disappointment that was. Almost immediately none of the apps made for the device worked. I got trip to run, and nreal dive (the two most basic programs in the whole app store), but the moment I even attempted to run one of the game designed to run on this thing at launch it either couldn't read any glasses at all were plugged in, or it would say "unknown error" and I would have to force quit the app to the nreal browser control back. It's early tech, and I expected there to be glitches, but at some point I started to expect I spent $600+ on a paperweight.

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Great consumer AR product

4 out of 5 rating

Wood7715 · 1 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

The form factor of nreal light makes it the most average consumer friendly AR product currently in the market. However nreal and Verizon should collaborate to get 2D native android app support in nebula. Currently there is no ability to add 2D apps, which is big drawback. nreal light consumes power of the connected phone very quickly. I hope nreal would focus on reducing power consumption in a future software update. Overall I am very pleased with my purchase. Thank you Verizon for bringing nreal to US consumers.

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Needs work

1 out of 5 rating

XRfan95 · 1 months ago

Limited amount of phones it connects to, drains battery for only 2-3 hours of use. Considerable amount of heat on my head after several minutes of wear, have to spend extra money on prescription lenses since they do not have adjustable diopters, screen displays do not work outside, camera on glasses does not work directly from phone, noticeable bounce and drift on 3D objects, image blurs when I move head, does not directly display what's on my phone when plug in, it needs an app to download to mirror which has limited capabilities. To use the actual augmented reality capabilities including positional tracking and AR apps you’ll need a compatible Verizon flagship device

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Not perfect, but certainly the only real product for this niche to exist yet.

4 out of 5 rating

Andre · 1 months ago

Yes, I'd recommend this product.

there are mixed reality headsets, yes, but this is the only pair with a glasses style form factor that actually works as true AR. It's kind of amazing. My only complaints are that it's hard to see the text a bit, but it's mostly alleviated by bringing screens a little bit closer to your face.

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