In its 43rd AGM, Reliance announces new JioGlass for 3D interactions, watch holographic content. Seems to be an answer to Snap’s spectacles
It is aimed at enhancing the virtual space by making it more interactive using 3D avatars, holographic content, even normal video conferencing features.
The smart glasses support all audio and video formats and support 25 video conferencing and collaboration apps, one of them being JioMeet that was launched recently as an answer to Zoom. There are high-resolution frame screens in place of regular lenses.
The Jio Glass weighs just 75gms and comes with personalized audio. In order to access content on the device, the company will provide a simple cable that can be attached to the smartphone in order to access different use case scenarios.
Using technology, we can create multiple solutions across digital capabilities. These hold the power to achieve 360 degree digital transformation. We are inviting more startups to join our ecosystem, said the group Chairman Mukhesh Ambani
In its Annual General Meeting today, RIL announced that it became a debt-free company ahead of it’s projected date. And announced Google’s investment, a number of new, and other company highlights.
He also added that the company is set to be a net carbon neutral company by 2035.