About Realmax, Inc
From the CEO
I’m the CEO, Nigel Burton. I spent 21 years at Microsoft where I had multiple roles including being a general manager (GM) in developer tools division, a GM in Microsoft China, and GM of the US Small and Medium Business division. I retired from Microsoft in 2011. Subsequently, I started a software company that worked with Epson, Meta, Immy, and other US AR companies.
I was always unhappy with AR field-of-view. However some web searches led me to Jerry – a Chinese inventor who had *big* FOV glasses at CES 2015. I connected with Jerry and together, in Shanghai, we made Realmax. We launched the Realmax 100 at CES, and gave 3200 demos. Tom’s Guide named us Best AR of the entire expo, and we’ve been taking on clients ever since.
About the Realmax 100
The new untethered Realmax 100 glasses have over 100-degree field of view providing free movement to walk unhindered in a world that smoothly integrates real and virtual reality. The adjustable AR glasses fit comfortably over most prescription eyewear and hairstyles. There is support for an included 6DOF controller or an external gesture sensor. The glasses are powered using the high-performance Snapdragon Qualcomm 835 processor that allows the Realmax 100 to provide a multiplayer platform that encourages social interactions in different environments both indoors and outdoors. Finally, these AR glasses can in seconds be converted to VR glasses by attaching magnetic shades.
- FOV: 100.8 degrees
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Adreno GPU, Hexagon PSP
- Weight: 450 grams
- Optics: Prescription-grade PCB compatible with eyeglasses
- Battery: 6,000 mAh, replaceable, provides 5+ hours of continuous use
- OS: Android 7.1 with Qualcomm and Realmax enhancements
- SDK: Developed in Unity. We also support Nibbiru Unity for Chinese applications.
- Tracking: 6 degrees of freedom (DOF) using dual Omnivision Global Shutter 110 degree cameras
- Camera: 8MB, RGB autofocus HD
- Memory: 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage
- Sensors: Ambient light sensor for automatic brightness support
- Display: LCD panel at 60 FPS, 2560×1280 pixels (1280×720 visible per eye)