Augmented reality glasses firm Nreal held a ceremony on December 30 to mark the production of its 100,000th pair of glasses, and to officially announce that it has become the first AR brand in the world to reach this milestone.
The popularity of consumer-facing smart glasses is on the rise in China. Since the beginning of this year, Nreal, Rokid, Thunderbird Innovation and a Xiaomi-affiliated firm have all released new products, including AR glasses and corresponding intelligent terminal equipment.
Chinese research firm Analysys released a report detailing the market share of AR glasses in China in the third quarter of this year, showing that Xiaomi's AR glasses ranking fourth with a market share of 8.5%.
On September 5, Chinese new energy vehicle company NIO announced that its NIO Air AR Glasses, which have been co-developed alongside AR startup Nreal, are now available on the firm's online store.
Nreal, an augmented reality technology startup, announced on August 25 that it has received strategic investment of $15 million from IICOMBINED, the parent company of South Korean sunglasses brand Gentle Monster.
Nreal, a consumer AR glasses brand, held its first AR glasses launch event in Beijing on August 23, formally unveiling three new hardware products for the Chinese market.
After years of hard work in overseas markets, Nreal, a Chinese AR startup, plans to expand its Chinese market presence and will soon release consumer-grade AR products.
British 5G operator EE will launch the Nreal Air smart glasses in the UK on May 20, marking the sixth overseas country in which Chinese AR glasses developer Nreal has entered.
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Beijing-based tech startup Nreal announced Tuesday that it will soon launch in the UK its core product, the Nreal Air AR glasses, through an exclusive agreement with BT-owned mobile operator EE.
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Nreal, an augmented reality (AR) technology company, announced on Wednesday that it has completed a round C+ of financing totaling $60 million, led by Alibaba Group.
AR technology firm Nreal announced that it has jointly launched online and offline sales of its AR smart glasses, the Nreal Air, in Japan, partnering with two domestic telecom operators.
Founded in 2017, Nreal has won several prestigious international awards. Its lightweight, smartphone tethered AR glasses, Nreal Light, made headlines at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
In last week’s VC news, General Motors invests in Chinese autonomous driving startup Momenta, Nreal raises new funds for international expansion, NetEase invests in game publisher Kepler Interactive.
Chinese augmented reality (AR) glasses maker Nreal has raised $100 million in a funding round led by NIO Capital, YF Capital and Hongtai Aplus.
Pandaily had the opportunity to sit down with Nreal's CEO and co-founder Xu Chi to discuss his latest innovations and experiences in the mixed reality world.
Qualcomm-backed Nreal, announced the completion of a $40 million B1 round of financing led by the Chinese short-video giant and TikTok nemesis Kuaishou.
The mixed reality (MR) technology company Nreal announced today that it has completed a $40 million B1 round of financing led by Chinese internet media services provider Kuaishou
The leading developer of mixed reality glasses Nreal and the South Korean cellular carrier LG UPlus jointly announced on Aug. 11 the launch of the direct-to-consumer contract subsidized version of AR glasses "Nreal Light."