OPPO is scheduled to hold the 2020 OPPO Future Technology Conference in Shenzhen on November 17. The Future Technology Conference is an annual event where the tech giant showcases its latest discoveries, thoughts and results on future technology from its R&D arm.
Previously, it was revealed that OPPO will showcase an FDF full-dimensional portrait video technology system, a full-link colour management system, and three concept products.
OPPO has revealed on Weibo that the second generation of the OPPO AR glasses will be unveiled at the Future Technology Conference. The teaser poster shows the device will bring a comfortable wearing experience. The AR glass is also lightweight and will have two cameras in the corners of the two lenses. One of the cameras will likely be used for AR detection.
In December last year, at the last OPPO Future Technology Conference, the company announced its involvement in the AR glasses category and demonstrated its first AR glasses. The first generation of OPPO AR glasses is equipped with four lenses, of which a ToF lens is used for distance measurement, an RGB lens is used for shooting object shapes, and two fisheye lenses are used for imaging.
According to reports, OPPO AR glasses will be equipped with depth sensors and spatial MIC arrays. It will also use diffractive optical waveguide technology, support voice interaction and 3D surround sound. It is also equipped with a microphone and physical buttons, which can be operated by gestures and voice.
OPPO founder and CEO Chen Mingyong once said that in the next three years, he will invest 50 billion yuan in R&D, continue to focus on cutting-edge technologies such as 5G/6G, artificial intelligence, AR, and big data. The company will also build core hardware technologies and software engineering and system capabilities.