Nreal has launched in an experimental or beta phase a Steam application for your Nreal Light and Nreal Air AR glasses and also the Xbox Cloud Gaming service, which we can find integrated into the 3D Nebula interface. In this way, we will be able to use these devices as an HD screen that would be equivalent to a monitor between 100 and 200 inches to play our titles from the Valve and Microsoft store.
Users of Nreal’s AR glasses can now, via cloud streaming, play games from Xbox Cloud Gaming and Steam. The Steam app requires a bit of a cumbersome setup process, so not all games may work. Among those that do, Dirt Rally and the entire Halo saga, which we see in cinema mode through Nreal Light or Nreal Air glasses.
We are very excited to be the first to bring Steam to augmented reality. The beta version is meant to give people a taste of what’s possible. After all, AAA games need to be played on a 200″ HD screen and should be played without location restrictions,” Nreal co-founder Peng Jin tells GamesBeat.
Along with this news, Nreal has announced the celebration of the ATASCO ARSu first public hackathon from June 27 to July 27. It will be an event aimed at developers with the aim of increasing AR content for their glasses, and the contest will have different categories: fitness, games, art, video, NFT galleries, social networks, students, multiplayer and ports (conversion of existing ). applications to the AR environment).
More information and registration at this link. There will be $100,000 in prizes, plus Nreal AR goggle dev kits.