The idea of augmented reality sunglasses that instantly project a cinema-sized screen in front of you may sound like a concept from the latest science fiction blockbuster

The idea of augmented reality sunglasses that instantly project a cinema-sized screen in front of you may sound like a concept from the latest science fiction blockbuster.

But they’re set to become a reality next week, with EE’s launch of the Nreal Air glasses in the UK.  

The futuristic glasses look like a normal pair of sunglasses from the front, but have two OLED displays hidden behind the lenses.

When connected to a smartphone, Freelance Web Designer Malaysia these can project an ‘Imax-sized’ 201-inch virtual screen 20ft in front of your eyes, allowing you to stream films and and play games over 5G on the go.

Ahead of their UK launch through EE on May 20, MailOnline’s Shivali Best got hands-on with the £399.99 smart glasses. 

Ahead of their UK launch through EE on May 20, MailOnline's Shivali Best got hands-on with the £399.99 smart glasses

Ahead of their UK launch through EE on May 20, MailOnline’s Shivali Best got hands-on with the £399.99 smart glasses

From the front, the Nreal Air glasses have a classic Wayfarer-like design

Despite sporting two OLED screens, the glasses are surprisingly light, weighing just 79g

The futuristic glasses look like a normal pair of sunglasses from the front, but have two OLED displays hidden behind the lenses

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