META teamed up with Ray-Ban for their first pair of smart glasses back in 2021 September
Meta is now reportedly looking to launch its very first pair of augmented reality glasses by 2024.
According to reports, META is now aiming to release the AR by 2024, however it might take long for them to become mainstream.
In terms of what it’ll be capable of doing, rumors say it’ll be based on the Android system and provide 3D visuals as well as eye-tracking to create a true AR experience.
Like other smart glasses, it’ll also have an exterior camera, stereo audio, and a reasonably wide FoV. You’ll even be able to communicate with other users’ “holograms.”
With the market still in its early stages, Meta doesn’t expect to be shipping out a high amount of units.
The company is aiming to sell the AR glasses in the “low tens of thousands,” mainly aimed at developers and tech enthusiasts, although CEO Mark Zuckerberg considers Project Nazare to be Meta’s “iPhone moment.”