The AR capabilities allow companies to deploy “customized virtual monitors,” assist with training, and provide video-enabled “remote expert use cases,” according to the company.
In recent months, organizations around the globe have adopted remote work policies to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in-house. At the same time, a number of annual conferences have also been held virtually as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and CES 2021 is no different. Each year, the multi-day event features innumerable product and service unveilings across the tech sector. On Sunday, ahead of this year’s kickoff, Lenovo unveiled the ThinkReality A3, a pair of smart glasses offering augmented reality (AR) experiences for a host of occupational settings.
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CES 2021: Lenovo’s ThinkReality A3 smart glasses
Organizations are deploying AR and mixed reality (MR) capabilities