Merge your Realities
Merge your Realities
The RealMax Qian can augment digital images into our real-world environment that almost mirrors a human visual experience. Peripheral view is also maintained through the windowed side panels completing an intensively immersive viewing experience that will be exciting for all members of the family.
The glasses place us in the middle of action coming from a variety of apps. Users can explore multiuser sporting challengers, engage in immersive adventure games and play in interactive music systems.
Switch to VR mode with the magnetic VR clip-on shade and play VR games using Steam© Valve using wireless streaming or a NOLO module.
The Qian is supported by a constantly growing number of apps including everything from cooking guides to interior design measuring tools.
The Qian is in wide use today for employee training, remote support, K-12 education, and advanced research.
RealMax is providing the source code to the Qian’s Unity SDK enabling the creation of almost any kind of application.
Peripheral Devices Supported
Gaming experiences will be enhanced through the use of plug-in USB 3.1C modules such as Nolo wireless devices and Leap Motion hand tracking. Note that these devices are not include with the glasses.
Easily convert from AR to VR by simply clipping on our customized VR shade.
Using three cameras to obtain 6 DOF tracking the RealMax Qian allows you to see AR everywhere.
RealMax Qian’s versatile design adjusts to comfortably fit all sizes of head, hair styles, and even fits over most prescription glasses.
"Realmax introduced a slightly less sexy but still comfortably wearable AR HMD... it has an astonishing 100.8 degree Field of View (FOV) and is multi-player."
"We're still waiting for the day when augmented-reality glasses will make the leap from development hell to true consumer tech. RealMax is pushing the market one step closer to fruition with its Qian headset."
"RealMax's AR and VR device with hand tracking by Leap Motion and an epic 102-degree field of view, was used for a multiplayer AR game which involved grabbing fish and knocking over boxes...their booth was one that drew the biggest crowds."
"What do you call a group of people wearing AR goggles together? A flock? A gaggle? A nerdherd?"
"Unlike so many of the devices shown each year at CES, Qian actually contains some compelling differentiators: It’s lightweight, tetherless, and offers a very wide-angle video display by augmented reality headset standards."
About us: Established in 2003, RealMax is one of the leading companies in the area of Augmented Reality. By combining software, hardware, content and services, RealMax aims to enhance human understanding by making AR accessible to everyone.