Qualcomm has revealed a reference design for its new virtual and augmented reality platform
Extract from The Verge
"Virtual and augmented reality is often used to sell 5G, since super-fast internet could let headsets offload some computing power, making them thinner and lighter"
"Nreal is supposed to ship a pair of $499 augmented reality glasses this year, and Pokémon Go maker Niantic is supposed to be working with Qualcomm on a headset"
"XR2 includes features “you actually need for a premium quality XR experience,” like the support for cameras that track eyes, lips, and external space"