Qualcomm And Microsoft Cooperate To Develop AR Glasses Metaverse Chip


Qualcomm will cooperate with Microsoft to develop custom chips, which are mainly used in lightweight AR glasses for consumer and enterprise Metaverse applications.

At the CES conference, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon said that the two companies will cooperate to develop custom chips that integrate software. Developers can use chips to create virtual worlds and allow users to work and play in the virtual world.

Amon said that the future cooperation equipment will cooperate with Microsoft’s software product “Mesh”, which allows user A to project realism into user B’s helmet so that two people who are far apart will feel that they are in the same room. Inside. Future devices will also use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces software, which can provide basic AR functions, such as drawing physical spaces and placing digital objects on top of the drawing; it can also track gestures so that users can manipulate digital objects with gestures.

Amon said in his speech: “For many years, we have been discussing the possibility of large-scale applications of wearable AR devices.” Rubén Caballero, corporate vice president of Microsoft MR, said in a statement: “Our goal is to inspire and arm others. , So that they can work together to build the future of the Metaverse, which is based on trust and innovation.”