Augmented reality glasses

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Augmented reality glasses

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create lightweight, reliable systems for augmented reality (AR) glasses that wirelessly receive high-quality audio and video and provide an immersive sensory experience for the user with high-resolution projection display and sound.

Design requirements:

AR glasses designs often require:

  • Efficient power and battery management with ultra-low standby for longer play.
  • High frame-rate, high-contrast projection display and high-fidelity sound.
  • Light sensors to maximize viewing quality, as well as haptics and LED drivers.

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