Chinese technology company Oppo launched a new health-monitoring brand and revealed upgraded augmented reality glasses at an online event on Wednesday and Thursday, as it seeks to reduce reliance on smartphones amid falling demand, reports Nikkei Asia.
The first product under the new OHealth brand is a device that reads such vital signs as body temperature and heart rate. When placed nearby, the H1 hand-held device can also track sleep and record breathing and subtle movements. The monitor, resembling the size and shape of a computer mouse, syncs with an app for use in remote consultation with medical professionals.
Oppo also unveiled its latest AR glasses at the Inno Day 2022 event. Dubbed Air Glass 2, the company says the eyewear is the world’s lightest of its kind at 38 grams. The new model is able to provide information such as navigation and translation in real time by using micro LED projectors that display images onto the lens, the company said.