5G and ThirdEye Gen mixed reality glasses help change how we see the world
AREA member ThirdEye is featured in an article on Verizon about 5G and ThirdEye’s glasses. With high bandwidth, low latency,and mobile edge computing, 5G makes it possible for AR/MR glasses to offload the majority of their workload to the edge of the network.
Mixed/Augmented Reality glasses require a high bandwidth to effortlessly transfer the large amount of data that AR/MR requires. With Verizon’s 5G network, this is finally achievable.
With a 5G network, ThirdEye glasses are able to offload the majority of their workload to the edge of the network due to the increase of bandwidth and reduction of latency. Since a large part of the workload is being handled on the edge, it allows for ThirdEye to decrease the weight and price of their glasses.
With ThirdEye’s Mixed Reality glasses, first responders can view a live drone feed or view other important AR information right in their field of view, all while remaining hands-free. The glasses also have object recognition capabilities that makes working with unfamiliar objects easier and more engaging.
Read the full article featured on Verizon.