Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) launched Jio Glass, a google glass like device that is powered with 3D mixed reality during its 43rd annual general meeting (AGM) on july 15, which was hosted virtually for first time.
The new Jio Glass weighs just 75 grams and is connected to internet using simple cable that in turn connects to users smartphones. It has an ecosystem of a total of 25 apps supporting it and also supports all audio formats.
Jio Glass supports mixed 3D reality and using this technology users can share their presentations and even other 3D assets over a conference call, so users can interact with each other using this platform.
In addition, it will be helping business as they work remotely and also help students study remotely. Reliance Jio said that students will be able to study using classes using 3D Jio Glass.
“Jio Glass is making teachers and students come together in 3D virtual rooms and conduct holographic classes through our Jio Mixed Reality cloud in real-time. With Jio Glass, the traditional way of learning Geography will now be History,” Kiran Thomas, President of Reliance Industries Limited said while showing off the Jio Glass at the company’s 43rd AGM.
At the event, it did not share the price and availability of Jio Glass yet. However, bringing high-end technology to users at affordable prices, it is not difficult to anticipate that Jio Glass, just like Jio Phone, would be priced economically.