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Metaverse: Creal, a Swiss start-up, rethinks AR glasses


Creal CEO Tomas Sluka believes that along with the metaverse, “it’s only a matter of time before we’re all wearing augmented reality glasses. “Our company’s technology is arriving at the appropriate moment”.

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“If augmented reality glasses are to catch on, they need to be comfortable and intuitive,”. “And they need to display visuals in a natural way,” he explains. “At this time, none of the glasses on the market satisfy all of these requirements.”

This is because most of them only provide a 3D stereoscopic impression while displaying 2D pictures for each eye. As a result, the ability of our eyes to concentrate at varied distances is impossible while we wear these glasses.

“As a result, the visuals seen via the glasses do not appear natural and may even cause nausea,” M. Sluka explains.

A highly realistic imagery.

With Creal’s improved technology, the luminescent field is recreated in the metaverse the same way as it exists in the real world. The system consists of a tiny projector that generates hologram pictures with all of the depth and optical subtleties.

Other firms have attempted to build light field systems that can be incorporated into AR or VR glasses, but none have been successful. The aim is to developing technology that produces high-quality light field pictures at a low computational cost. Creal has already created numerous pieces of its technology for testing and prototyping at its EPFL Innovation Park site.

“When Magic Leap and Intel shuttered their R&D centers here on campus, we were lucky to be able to employ numerous outstanding engineers,” Sluka explains.

Creal’s technology will take another two years to incorporate into the thin arms of AR glasses, according to him.

Creal and another Switzerland-based start-up, Imverse, have teamed together to create a system that would transform virtual meetings into holographic gatherings. Their technology is simple and straightforward to use since it works with video game cameras.

Imverse offers the processes for creating voxels, or 3D pixels, of the persons in the meeting. Meanwhile, Creal’s light field technology gives consumers the most realistic experience imaginable.

For MetaNews.


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