Jorjin Technologies has unveiled J-Reality AR smat glasses featuring 5G connectivity to enable hands-free remote collaboration, according to company chairman Tom Liang.
Based on a modular design, J-Reality comes in various models separately for smart manufacturing, medical care, exhibition and online gaming, and Jorjin has cooperated with corresponding partners, including Chunghwa Telecom, Yuan Rung Hospital, Information Technology Total Services, Far East Machinery and Fun2 Studio.
J-Reality can enhance audio/video entertainment experience, letting users feel like seeing a 120-inch 3D screen four meters ahead, Liang said.
Jorjin's June consolidated revenues reached NT$23.5 million (US$792,000), shrinking 2.92% sequentially and 30.62% on year. Consolidated sales of NT$81.6 million for second-quarter 2020 grew 43.01% sequentially but dropped 33.64% on year, and those of NT$138.6 million for January-June declined 48.15% annually.
Jorjin's J-Reality AR smart glasses
Photo: Vincent Mao, Digitimes, July 2020