Xiaomi introduces smart glasses with MicroLED display
Xiaomi introduces smart glasses with MicroLED display

Xiaomi has launched a new type of smart wearable device called Xiaomi Smart Glasses which can integrate the imaging system and sensors into the precise design of ordinary glasses using MicroLED optical fiber technology.

The company has provided enough details to make the product concept reliable, at least in the future. But he doesn't really plan to sell it.

Xiaomi smart glasses weigh only 51 grams and can display messages and notifications, make calls, browse, take photos and translate texts right in front of your eyes.

To match the shape of regular eyeglasses, subtle challenges in imaging and placing the internal components must be overcome.

Xiaomi smart glasses use MicroLED imaging technology to reduce the space required for the structural design and the overall weight of the device.

MicroLED is the perfect choice for seamless integration of the imaging system into the frame, as with OLED, MicroLED's pixels are individually lit.

Light emitting function enables brighter screen and deeper blacks. But MicroLED has a higher pixel density and longer life, and the structure is simpler.

The size of the Xiaomi Smart Glasses chip is 2.4 x 2.02 mm. Under a microscope, the screen is roughly the size of a grain of rice and a single pixel is 4 microns, allowing the screen to fit snugly into the eyeglass frame.

The company decided to adopt a highly efficient monochrome display solution with a maximum brightness of 2 million lumens so that sufficient light could reach the eye through the complex optical structure even in strong sunlight.

MicroLED displays use 180-degree refractive optical fiber technology, which transmits light through the microscopic grid structure of a fiber-optic lens precisely to the human eye.

The marking structure etched on the inner surface of the lens enables unique refraction of light and directs it safely into the human eye.

Xiaomi introduces smart glasses with MicroLED display

The refraction process involves countless reflections of light that allow people to see the full picture and make it easier to get dressed.

This is all done in one lens, rather than using complex multi-lens, mirror or half-mirror systems as with some other products.

Optical fiber technology greatly reduces the size and weight of the device, so that the data glasses come close to the shape of traditional glasses.

Xiaomi smart glasses integrate a total of 497 components, including micro-sensors and communication modules. So it is not the only second screen on a smartphone. On the contrary, it is a new type of intelligent terminal with independent operation.

In addition to basic notifications, caller ID, etc., it can also independently perform real-time functions such as navigating, taking pictures, and translating texts and images.

With usage in mind, key interaction logic is also implemented to reduce inappropriate time perturbations. If necessary, provide important information in a timely manner.

The 5MP camera on the front of the glasses can take pictures and translate the text of the pictures.

It has a built-in microphone and a special translation algorithm. Xiaomi Smart Glasses can transcribe audio to text with real-time translations.

When the camera is in use, the light next to the camera will flash, indicating that the photo has been taken.

To achieve this high level of functionality. The glasses must be equipped with a quad-core ARM processor. Add battery, touch screen, radio module, bluetooth, Android OS, etc.

These glasses will not be available to the public or may not exist. However, after the Facebook announcement and before the Apple iPhone event. The concept demo clearly shows that Xiaomi would like to be seen as a participant in the field of augmented reality.

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