Qualcomm has announced that it will open a new laboratory dedicated to Extended Reality (XR) in Europe. Qualcomm wants to make this extended reality a technology for everyday mobile computing. For this, Europe will be used, where there is already a large community dedicated to augmented reality and virtual reality, carrying out research and development to advance technologies such as hand tracking and gesture control among other.
It will initially open in six european cities to later be able to expand, its objective is to design glasses that are light and comfortable to use this kind of extended reality. The platform will be used for development. Snapdragon Spaces XR with which they can design utilities for both users and companies and merchants. Qualcomm wants to create its own ecosystem with Snapdragon hardware, software and tools that are compatible with the operating system.
Thanks to your mobile device experienceQualcomm has a great advantage in being able to integrate this new XR technology into mobile devices. With the help of this new laboratory you will be able to develop this new technology that will make possible the metaverse that will unite the experience of the physical and digital universe. Qualcomm bets on this extended reality as the next innovation in computing and wants to get ahead with the development of these glasses together with software that makes them work.