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How to take advantage of XR over 5G: Understanding XR Viewers

The opportunity for mobile XR is very strong and with 5G networks being deployed this year it will allow for more ubiquitous use of XR experiences and devices thus creating a bigger impact on society. Using XR viewers (AR or VR headworn connected to smartphones or other compute accessories through USB-C) allows for lighter and smaller designs while offering immersive and powerful computing and performance. There is already great ecosystem momentum for this new category of devices.

In this session, learn about the use cases for XR viewers, the different form factors of XR viewers, architecture challenges, technology considerations and more. Learn how you can enable great XR experiences of 5G now.
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Hiren Bhinde, Director of XR Product Management, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Prince Gupta, Senior Product Manager, Qualcomm
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