Augmented reality glasses

Augmented reality glasses integrated circuits and reference designs


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.

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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Technical documentation

Application notes & user guides

Application Notes (6)

Title Type Size (KB) Date
PDF 2.46 MB 02 Dec 2021
PDF 2.39 MB 02 Dec 2021
PDF 1.95 MB 03 Aug 2021
PDF 196 KB 02 Aug 2019
PDF 561 KB 04 Aug 2017
PDF 4.32 MB 31 Oct 2016

Product bulletin & white papers

White Papers (1)

Title Type Size (MB) Date
PDF 3.74 MB 02 Jul 2019

Technical articles

Design & development

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2010 Evaluation Module DLPDLCR2010EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation board
PurePath™ Console graphical development suite for audio system design and development PUREPATHCONSOLE Texas Instruments Application software & framework
PurePath™ Studio graphical development environment AICPUREPATH_STUDIO Texas Instruments IDE, configuration, compiler or debugger

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