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Mind-blowing Samsung smart glasses let you see ANYTHING you want – including a giant virtual TV

Mind-blowing Samsung smart glasses let you see ANYTHING you want – including a giant virtual TV

SAMSUNG is reportedly working on two sets of augmented reality glasses, according to a wild new leak video.

The video has not been posted from official Samsung accounts but looks very legitimate.

WalkingCat/ Twitter

The video looks very professional[/caption]

The glasses look like a hefty pair of Ray Ban Wayfarers.

Twitter leaker WalkingCat tweeted the supposedly leaked video which looks very professional.

WalkingCat has a good track record when it comes to leaks and has leaked Microsoft and Samsung tech before.

The leaker actually tweeted two videos reportedly showing the Samsung AR Glasses and Glasses Lite.

and….. this is the 3D holographic version https://t.co/PXDAHjDNWb

— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) February 21, 2021

However, they did note that they could be concept videos.

The video which looks like an advert shows a man wearing the AR glasses and chatting to a woman on a virtual screen.

It also features an architect using the glasses to view virtual designs in the air in front of him.

The architect then appears to meet colleagues virtually via the AR glasses.

WalkingCat/ Twitter

The video appears to feature an architect[/caption]

WalkingCat/ Twitter

Samsung hasn’t officially claimed the video[/caption]

As well as allowing augmented reality, the glasses are also said to have a regular sunglasses mode should you want to wear them outside.

As with all rumours and leaks, we can’t be sure a product is definitely coming to market until official word from the company.

We have reached out to Samsung for comment.

Apple is also rumoured to be working on AR glasses.

Virtual Reality v.s. Augmented Reality – what’s the difference?

Here’s what you need to know…

  • Virtual reality involves using a headset to simulate a virtual world
  • In a VR world, everything you see will be computer-generated
  • Popular VR headsets include the HTC Vive and Facebook’s Oculus Rift
  • Augmented reality lets you see the real world, but “augments” (or adds on) computer-generated elements
  • This means you’ll be able to see computer images overlaid onto your real-world view
  • For instance, you could wear glasses that overlay directions onto the road in front of you
  • Popular AR headsets include Microsoft’s HoloLens and the Google Glass spectacles

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In other news, Apple is reportedly working an a new, cheaper set of AirPods planned for release later this year.

Amazon is working on a new virtual currency that users could spend on its platforms.

And, tracking pixels in standard emails many of us receive everyday have been blasted as a “grotesque invasion of privacy”.

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