Facebook Launching Smart Glasses as Next Step to Augmented Reality (AR) – BKT Updates

Facebook Launching Smart Glasses as Step Closer to AR - BKT Updates

On September 16, Facebook announced to release the first collection of the smart glasses next year. The company is going to partner with Luxottica for the successful launch of smart glasses in 2021.

According to the announcement of the Facebook CEO, the first pair of the “Smart Glasses” will be released for consumers by using Ray-Ban products. The announcement was made by Mark Zuckerberg in an online conference of the company.

The Facebook CEO was talking about his experience when he was visiting the factory of Luxottica, the producer of Ray-Ban. Mark says that after looking at their factory, I came to realize that they will be the right partner for Facebook for procuring the first pair of technology-oriented glasses.

Although the exact details are not yet exposed by Mark, he hinted out that the upcoming glasses will be a step to Augmented Reality. The design will be attractive.

Facebook is going to jump into AR and this will be the first step towards success in Augmented Reality. The company is also going with Project Aria the next move to AR.

The plans for releasing the smart glasses were in talks for years. Now the company is all satisfied with Ray-Ban and will launch the long-awaited first pair of glasses in 2021.

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