Reliance Jio is undoubtedly on a roll.
Lately, this digital platform has been one of the hottest properties😎 for global investors who have been lining up to buy stakes in it.
Now, getting down to the business, Reliance has come up with a potentially revolutionary tech offering.
At its annual general meeting, which was hosted virtually for the first time this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic😷, the company unveiled a smart wearable device called Jio Glass🕶️.
Jio Glass weighs 75 grams.
It connects to the internet through a simple cable that in turn connects to users’ smartphones📱.
It supports voice commands for most functions, which in turn minimises the need for buttons👍.
Jio Glass uses mixed reality technology which lets users share files and make presentations📃 in both 2D and 3D formats over a conference call.
These images will appear right in front of the user’s eyes👀 in a virtually created environment, such as that of an office or a conference room.
Presently, Jio Glass supports 25 apps.
What are its success prospects?
As video conferencing👨🏻💻 has become a major communication mode in the ongoing pandemic, Jio Glass certainly can cash in on this trend.
Moreover, it will also be beneficial to students👨, as it can offer virtual demonstrations, such as a virtual tour of geographical locations.
Though there are no details regarding Jio Glass’s price and availability, it is expected that Reliance will offer it at an affordable price😇 in line with its earlier offerings.
Notably, the high price🙄 was a major factor behind the failure of Google Glass, a similar product launched by Google in 2013.