I want to use these for video/photo production. Are they suitable for that? What is the color accuracy like? Can I wire them to my video rig in the same way I would an external monitor? The campaign information is a little confusing. It makes it seem like

Thank you for your questions. The Rokid AR Lite glasses are indeed suitable for video and photo production. Here are some key points that highlight their capabilities and features: 300" Spatial Giant Screen: The Rokid AR Lite provides a massive 300-inch spatial screen, which is perfect for gaming, watching, and working with seamless transitions anywhere and anytime. This large display can significantly enhance your video and photo production experience by providing a large and clear visual workspace. Color Accuracy: The Rokid AR Lite boasts 108% sRGB color accuracy, ensuring that the colors in your videos and photos are vibrant and true to life. This level of color accuracy is essential for professional photo and video editing. Resolution: With an ultra-clear display resolution of 1920x1200 pixels per eye, the Rokid AR Lite offers sharp and detailed visuals, which is crucial for scrutinizing the finer details in your work. Myopia Adjustment: The device supports myopia adjustment from 0 to 600D, making it accessible for users with different vision requirements. Compatibility: While the campaign information might suggest the need for an external device with its own OS, the Rokid AR Lite can be connected to various devices. For instance, it can display spatial videos shot with the iPhone 15, making it a versatile tool for viewing and editing content from different sources. Portable Office: The Rokid AR Lite can be paired with a keyboard for enhanced productivity, making it a convenient option for a portable office setup. This can be particularly useful if you are working on video or photo projects on the go. In summary, the Rokid AR Lite glasses are a powerful tool for video and photo production, offering a large, high-resolution screen with excellent color accuracy. They can be connected to your video rig similarly to an external monitor, providing a seamless and efficient workflow. Additionally, to better understand your needs and provide the best possible solution, could you please let us know: 1. What software are you using for video and photo production? 2. Are you planning to install this software on Station 2? 3. Or are you using a Mac or Windows computer, with the glasses serving as a monitor? I hope this answers your questions. If you need any further information, please feel free to ask.