Microsoft, Qualcomm to collaborate on custom augmented-reality chips

Microsoft, Qualcomm to collaborate on custom augmented-reality chips

Microsoft and Qualcomm plan to jointly develop custom augmented-reality chips that can be used in future lightweight AR glasses.

Microsoft and Qualcomm also announced plans to integrate their AR software, namely Microsoft Mesh and the Snapdragon Spaces XR (Mixed Reality) Developer Platform.

According to Qualcomm’s press release about the planned collaboration, the two will be working on AR in both the consumer and enterprise sectors. Recently, Microsoft has been largely focusing its AR/XR deliverables, as well as its metaverse pitch, on the enterprise sector. Qualcomm also has talked up its vision for IoT Next as one way it plans to participate in the metaverse.

Read More: zdnet

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