When we visited OPPO’s HQ last month, one of their main highlights is their efforts in XR or Extended Reality. Just like their imaging lab and their data center, they’re using AI and robotics to maximize their and optimized their developments.
In their XR Lab, we saw and tested OPPO’s MR Glass. They’ve also demoed the power of their OPPO Find X6 Pro for XR as we were able to map the room of the XR Lab and also place objects and interact with it.
In their lab, they also used the robotic arm to mimic the movements of a human head, and with the MR headset, it enables the team to adjust the device’s display and cameras according to the images captured and displayed. This is controlled which is why it makes the adjustments more accurate.
This innovative approach to XR device calibration emphasizes OPPO’s commitment to pushing the development of the AR, MR, and XR technology and delivering better user experiences. As the field of XR evolves, OPPO’s XR Lab is expected to play a crucial role in the future especially with extended reality growing more popular in the market.