Now, thanks to the beta, which launches at the end of June, you can stream Steam games from a PC to a virtual larger screen.
Nreal said the beta is compatible with Dirt Rally and the Halo series, and you will see the games on the equivalent of a 200-inch HD screen. The beta for this experience, however, "requires a bit of setup effort and is not optimised for all Steam games", according to a press release.
Nreal’s Light glasses launched in the US last year and can be plugged into a Samsung or OnePlus Android phone. They're not as fully featured as AR headsets such as the Magic Leap, but they also only cost $599 and support advanced features like hand tracking.
Many tech companies also have a renewed interest in AR glasses. Apple and Meta, for instance, are rumoured to be developing AR glasses. Reports seem to suggest they're all still trying to figure out real-world applications for them. Perhaps Steam streaming could be a use-case.