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Nreal Light AR glasses add multi-user shared spaces and WebXR support

As excitement builds for the consumer release of Nreal’s Light augmented reality glasses this fall, the company is continuing to entice developers to support the affordable, Android-based wearable. Today, Nreal announced two important upgrades to its Light software development kit — multi-user environments and WebXR support — as well as a couple of deals that will likely bring new developers into the stable.

If you’re not yet familiar with Nreal Light, here’s a quick recap: Unlike Microsoft and https://venturebeat.com/2020/05/18/nreal-light-ar-glasses-add-multi-user-shared-spaces-and-webxr-support/

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