SHENZHEN, November 6 (Reuters) – After Snap Inc. lost nearly $ 40 million (RM166.7 million) in unsecured pairs of the first generation of Spektakel, Chinese technology giant Tencent developed its version that looks very similar.
Last week, the largest technology company in China has uncovered Veishi smart goggles, a pair of smart specs equipped with cameras that are closely similar to the Smart Spectacles Snap Inc design. – which, obviously, was a failure for the company.
However, the company, which is currently the largest Snap Investor, Tencent, told The Verge that Veishi is a smart specification on the way to the market. Technical writer Matthev Brennan managed to make several pictures:
The first generation of Spectacle has lost $ 40 million in non-prodded couples, but this did not stop the development of a traditional second generation – and the third generation of software and hardware is in operation.
– Matthev Brennan (@ mbrennanchina) November 2, 2018
It seems that Snap's obligation inspired his Chinese counterpart. Tencent is a marketing goggle that will be used with its short video applications Veishi – rival Tik Tok previously known as Musical.li. – and glasses share their name with an application.
The camera is 8MP with two options for HD resolution: 720p or 1080p. Veishi glasses can shoot remotely and in different modes, as well as broadcast live and upload everything to the Veishi application.
Veishi glasses will be available on November 11th. A complete application is already in the Apple app store. – AFP-Relaknews