>. Hey, there.
I can see you.
This is a pair of Pix Reality Glasses called the Nreal Lights.
If you have ever heard of, like, Magic Leap, it's very similar where I can see through the glasses and see the real world around me.
But this puts digital elements on it, hang on one second, there's a cat coming over.
So one of the neat things about these glasses I notice is how bright they are.
Sometimes when you have mixed reality on top of a lens, it can look really dark almost like you're looking through a thick pair of sunglasses.
But this the real world is a little bit more dim, but the actual digital animations are very bright.
They can contrast to.
So one of the neat things about this is the size.
So the glasses are very small but so is the processor, and I can have the remote control on the processor here.
They call this toast and they call this an Oreo, you can probably see why.
So this becomes my remote control.
Basically, it has a single button on it, brings you back to menus.
It also follows my hand around, to navigate different experiences.
But this is tucked in the pocket, and now I'm just left with the glasses.
Hang on, I got some dancing robots I gotta interact with for a second here, all right?
So let's get real.
What I like about these glasses is how small they are The price.
But they haven't told me a specific number, they say it's gonna be a fraction of the cost of Magic Leap One or Microsoft HoloLens, that's pretty cool.
But like those other glasses, they're gonna need to get some really good software on this to make them work.
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