The company claims that Windows users will enjoy a virtual curved gaming monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Nreal suggests this setup is especially ideal for fans of cockpit games where a wide field of view is advantageous. In addition, Nebula for Windows will support three degrees of freedom (3-DoF), which means it follows the movement and rotation of your head but does not tilt or shift in space.
Nreal says gaming is the primary use of the glasses, which connect to an external device to display content on a private virtual screen. The company cites a recent survey that found that 68% of Nreal Air owners use glasses for gaming, with Windows support a top priority.
Nreal has yet to announce an exact release date, but it will show Windows support at GDC 2023 in San Francisco this week. It will also showcase a “next-gen casual AR game for mobile devices,” as the company is looking to drive development of more Android games for the popular handheld.