This is another of the slow-downs of the current glasses. The company that design them don’t want to work in create glasses meant to be used to create products for the competitors. But the solution to this will be given by time. This Technological war will give up or will not get profits at all.
It’s like when you can only listen music purchasing it or listening on the radio. Until Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning created Napster on 1999, a platform to share free music. To Giant Record companies and music influencers didn’t like the idea, so they demanded them and in 2001 their servers were closed.
But time showed that technological advance and massive preferences, were the ones that make the difference than individuals and companies interests. To know how this ended, all you need to do is to remember your favorite song, look for it and listening for free and if you listen it for free, you’ll know who really won the battle.
Although the Napster servers are closed and they also paid a millionaire fine, people looked for alternatives and others were there to provide them. Companies have to look another way to do business with music, but one thing was clear, people will never pay again for something they know they can get for free.
Probably this will happen to virtual reality too, sooner or later new producers will fine good soil in 5G networks. They will start alternatives that will end to make companies to surrender. But of course, this doesn’t mean that videogames or software will be free. However, compatibility could be an issue no more.