HD Sunglasses, Jio releases glass that supports 3D Virtual Class!

HD Sunglasses, Jio releases glass that supports 3D Virtual Class!


HD Sunglasses, Jio releases glass that supports 3D Virtual Class!
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HD Sunglasses, Jio releases glass that supports 3D Virtual Class!

Popularly known as the telecom giant in India, Jio shared a number of topics related to the company at the first annual general meeting of Reliance Jio 2020. The company will also share information on the services that Jio will offer customers in the near future. He also shares his plans for new technology and domestic 5G services. Meanwhile, Reliance Jio has introduced a special type of Jio HD Sunglasses.

Yes, Jio Company shared many updates in its 2020 first annual Meeting on July 15th. Jio Glass is one of these. These HD Sunglasses specializes in creating completely new environments and scenes. It also makes it possible to merge real and virtual elements together. In addition, these glasses have a high-resolution display fit that allows the user to experience beautiful surroundings.

It produces audio directly from the HD Sunglasses. This eliminates the need for users to rely on another device for audio, as well as eliminate the need for additional audio. It also allows users to make interactive 3D avatars, as well as holographic video calls.

You can also call in this glass in a 3D format. You can talk to your friends. In addition, issues such as the COVID-19 epidemic are currently taking place online. It claims that children who are learning lessons in front of extreme lighting devices can use Jio Glass for 3D virtual classes at this time. There, classes can also be conducted through the Jio Mixed Reality cloud.

It also takes online education a step further because the mixed reality aspect helps greatly how students currently participate in flat, two-dimensional online lectures. Additionally, the E HD Sunglasses can be easily connected to the cloud via a cable that connects to the smartphone. It currently supports more than 25 applications.

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