Rokid Sheds More Light on the AR Lite’s Features


A while back, we got word that Rokid was planning to unveil its Kickstarter-funded AR Lite glasses, which come equipped with augmented reality (AR) capabilities, allowing for a versatile range of use cases including entertainment and productivity, without sacrificing portability and comfort.

With that being said, Rokid has shared more details of the AR Lite, which are currently priced at $749 (much more affordable than the Apple Vision Pro, by the way). For starters, it’s powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, and runs on a custom operating system which Rokid calls the “YodaOS-Master” OS.

It also comes with adjustable myopia dials (0.00 to -6.00D) and software-based IPD adjustment (53 to 75mm) for a varied fit suitable for users with different requirements. High-resolution visuals (1080p-1200p) and up to 600 nits brightness are accompanied by high frame rates of 120Hz or 90Hz which should provide a fluid viewing experience.

The Rokid AR Lite offers multiple display modes – Giant-Screen Mode blows up a single app to a massive 300 inches for more immersive user experience, while Multi-App Mode lets users run multiple apps simultaneously on separate floating screens for multitasking.

For navigation and controls, the AR Lite comes with touch controls, as well as a dedicated motion mode on the Rokid Station 2, which provides screen stabilization to minimize dizziness during head movements. The Rokid AR Lite is available for pre-order on Kickstarter, and early backers can purchase the device at a lower price of $499.

Mike Viray
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