Huawei has launched its first AR glasses, the Huawei Vision Glass, which focuses on mobile travel and home scenarios. It can project a 120-inch screen in a virtual space equivalent to 4 meters away, with clear and vivid colors. With an open speaker, it creates an immersive "giant screen" viewing experience for users.
According to the tear-down research statistics by wellsenn XR, the hardware cost of Huawei Vision Glass is $180.9. The specific configuration includes dual Micro OLED screens, resolution of 2x1920x1080, refresh rate of 60Hz, brightness of 1800 nits, and a viewing angle of about 41 degrees. In addition, the cost structure of the optical module includes the SeeYa and Hui Niu/Crystal.
Huawei Vision Glass Configuration
- Screen: Dual Micro OLED screens, 0.49 inches each
- Resolution: 2x1920x1080
- Refresh rate: 60Hz
- Brightness: Screen brightness is 1800 nits, and the eye-catching brightness is 480 nits.
- Optics: Birdbath
- Viewing angle: about 41 degrees
- Myopia adjustment: 0-500 degrees, supports independent adjustment of each eye
- Pupil distance adjustment: 65
- Tracking and positioning: 3DOF head tracking
- Buttons: 2 (increase brightness button, decrease brightness button)
- Interface: Type C interface, supports DP input
- Unfolded: 159mm x 48mm x 179mm (width x height x depth)
- Folded: 162mm x 48mm x 46mm (width x height x depth)
- Weight: 112g (including cable)
In a previous blog, we shared that the cost structure of AR glasses includes design and development costs, manufacturing costs, and marketing and distribution costs, among others. Let's take a closer look at the main hardware cost structure of Huawei Vision Glass.
Looking purely at the parameters of Huawei Vision Glass, we guess it is likely only used as an experimental product to test the market, without significant research and development investment.