Dream Glass 4K: AR Eyeglasses

The Indiegogo crowdfunding platform has begun fundraising for Dream Glass 4K, the world’s first 4K AR Eyeglasses to broadcast images to a virtual 200-inch screen. The new Augmented Reality home platform is a further development of the DreamGlass Air model, which has already raised over $1 million in the summer of 2019.

The new version of the device with 4K Ultra High-Definition resolution and a demonstration screen size of 200 inches is made in the form factor of portable AR glasses. Dream Glass 4K is compact and has a mass of only 185 grams, which makes it ideal for travelling. When working, the effect of broadcasting an image on an AR screen with a diagonal of 200 inches is created at a distance of 3 meters from the user with a viewing angle of 90 degrees. The device supports 5G technology, which will allow you to comfortably receive a picture in 4K resolution.

DreamGlass 4K device is private, the image is transmitted only to the built-in screens, and the sound is broadcast through headphones connected via a 3.5 mm jack. The novelty is compatible with a large number of devices with HDMI or USB-C connectors.

To date, there is little content for the DreamGlass 4K platform, but according to the developers, the system will be able to adapt various data such as movies, games or educational applications. DreamGlass 4K has two USB 3.0, one HDMI 1.4 and one USB-C ports. In a self-contained mode, the device can provide 5 hours of continuous operation.

When pre-ordering on Indiegogo, DreamGlass 4K will deliver its first orders in September 2020 for $379. The company has already raised $174,000 33 days before the end of the fundraising, while the launch of the project required $15,000.