Nimo Planet is a Pocket-Sized Spatial Computer Designed for Productivity
Nimo Planet is billed as the world’s first spatial computer for productivity uses cases that can fit inside a pocket.
Nimo comprises a set of display glasses and a tiny computing unit, both meticulously engineered to enhance productivity.
The eyewear is known as Nimo Glasses, powered by the computing unit referred to as Nimo Core. Both seamlessly operate under the Nimo OS, a proprietary combination of hardware and software designed to facilitate a fluid multitasking experience.
Today, we unveiled Nimo Spatial OS and Nimo Core. World's first Spatial Computer designed for Productivity that fits in your pocket. Pre-production version of Nimo shipping to a few early customers. Learn more at https://t.co/qwOhRoguII
— rohildev (@rohildev) October 26, 2023
The Nimo Glasses can project up to six virtual screens into the room, each at varying depths and sizes spanning from 30 to 100 inches. While these wearables bear a resemblance to sunglasses, they are slightly more substantial in size. Although the precise weight remains undisclosed, the startup does offer key technical specifications in their FAQ: The glasses boast a maximum resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels per eye, a 45-degree field of view, and approximately 3 hours of battery life, thanks to the Nimo Core.
The Nimo Core computing unit, comparable in size to an Airpods Pro case, conveniently slips into your pocket. It boasts a Snapdragon XR2 processor, along with 8 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of storage. Supporting both Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1, the Nimo Core features a proprietary rendering system meticulously crafted for efficiency. This system effectively minimizes CPU and memory utilization while reducing heat generation.
The exceptional portability of the system empowers users to carry their digital workspace discreetly, ensuring that virtual screens remain invisible to others wherever they travel.
Nimo Leverages an Android Ecosystem
The Nimo Core serves a dual role as an input device, offering a trackpad and functioning as a handheld pointing device for easy access to the desktop productivity apps within the Nimo OS. For professional tasks, users have the option to connect a mouse and keyboard to the computing unit through Bluetooth.
Derived from the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) and Linux, Nimo OS extends the Android ecosystem, enriching it with over 1,000 productivity applications. Furthermore, it provides compatibility with Mac and Windows through USB-C or Remote Desktop support.
Rohildev Nattukallingal, CEO of Nimo Planet, acknowledges a frequent grievance among professionals who work across various locations on a daily basis. He notes that these individuals often find themselves making recurrent compromises in their workspace and productivity due to the need to manage multiple devices such as smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
Nattukallingal emphasizes that Nimo is revolutionizing this paradigm by implementing spatial computing in an innovative and efficient manner, offering an enterprise-grade workspace that can be conveniently carried in one’s pocket.
At present, the product is in its beta phase and is not available for purchase. Those who are keen to acquire the system can secure their spot by reserving it through the official website, with a listed price of $1,299 plus applicable taxes when it becomes available.https://virtualrealitytimes.com/2023/10/29/nimo-planet-is-a-pocket-sized-spatial-computer-designed-for-productivity/BusinessHardwareNimo Planet is billed as the world's first spatial computer for productivity uses cases that can fit inside a pocket. Nimo comprises a set of display glasses and a tiny computing unit, both meticulously engineered to enhance productivity. The eyewear is known as Nimo Glasses, powered by the computing unit referred...Sam OchanjiSam Ochanji[email protected]AdministratorVirtual Reality Times