Google would work on a prototype augmented reality helmet, similar to Microsoft's HoloLens.
After his plans for DayDream View helmets and connected glasses, Google will be working on a new model of augmented reality headphones. According to WinFuture (link in German), this smart headset is called Google code A65. It would look a lot like Microsoft's HoloLens.

According to the German site, the project is still in its infancy. It involves the Taiwan brand Quanta, known for the Pixel C tablet. Intended for professional use, this augmented reality headset is equipped with a camera and a microphone. Most ? It is autonomous, wireless and does not need to be connected to a computer. Google's device would work with Qualcomm quad-core QSC603 processors. What to support a video standard like the WQHD and the main graphical interfaces. The specifications of the Google A65 should therefore be quite similar to those of the next version of the HoloLens helmet.
After Apple, Microsoft and Sony, Google wants to position itself on the promising sector of augmented reality. A year ago, the Mountain View firm had already relaunched its Google Glass to help people work more efficiently. If it is confirmed, this new helmet will be even more impressive, allowing to superpose virtual objects in 3D in a real landscape.

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