Nothing Voyage (1) is a mixed reality headset with Glyph interface

There’s been a lot of talk about Apple’s upcoming Mixed Reality headset, the Reality Pro, but there may be one company that nobody is betting on to make an AR/VR device. I’m talking about Nothing, who seems to be prepping its own Mixed Reality headset, at least judging by the work of designer Junha Kam.

Designer Junha Kam envisioned the Nothing Voyage (1), a VR and AR headset shaped like a pair of ski goggles. It’s meant to “bring the user into a new world”. The Voyage (1) focuses on killer apps and compares them to the health monitoring apps on the Apple Watch or how Pokemon Go made AR cool and pushed it into people’s homes.

The Nothing Voyage (1) lets people experience a new reality layered on top of the existing one. It makes basic streets filled with information, a boring highway becomes a mountainous drive and a bland sky is filled with the Aurora Borealis. This being a Nothing product, it also receives the Glyph interface treatment and a sleek design.

The Glyph interface somehow helps people be aware of their surroundings and the world around them. There could also be a pair of handheld controllers to enhance the MR experience. The device is designed to be worn while moving and it gives pass through features that let you see the world around when you do sports for example. The Glyph interface could be an indicator of sorts.

Yanko Design

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