The Nreal AR glasses have paired up with software, XRAI Glass, to create a device that will connect with the user’s Android phone and let them see subtitled conversations in real-time while wearing the glasses.
The software used, acts as augmented reality content, and unlike other recently launched AR glasses, aims to provide a valuable experience for people who have hearing disabilities. By picking up voices around the user through their connected phone, the wearer will be able to participate in conversations.
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The company is already aiming to create software in the future, that will identify and differentiate different speakers in the environment, BGR reported. In the released video of the device, XRAI Glass is shown off to work in various kinds of environments with ease.
There is no news from the company about when it will be launched.