US technology giant Apple, a new augmented reality glasses patent has emerged. In addition to standard augmented reality goggles, the patent file provides additional hints that Apple will eventually enter the augmented reality goggles industry.
Apple patents a complex augmented reality set. The patent is likely to follow the users’ gestures, eyes, and hands. Earlier today, Variety’s report said the patent file was prepared in March 2019.
Apple’s patent for augmented reality features a screen that you can plug into your head. Cameras and sensors, including the device, the person follows the eyes. The components that work together create a three-dimensional image and show an image like the world to the user. There are also many potential variations.
An eye-catching device, as well as a device to detect the position and shape of the hands, are mentioned. There are also sensors for eyebrows and chin. It is also said that real-world light conditions will be calculated with sensors that calculate the position of your head.
In Variety’s news, Apple mentioned a system different from many augmented reality glasses. The spectacle, which does not completely detach the user from the real world by generally displaying partial visuals, differs from other augmented reality glasses thanks to this point.
Eyebrow and jaw sensors are not considered necessary. As Apple can successfully animate Animoji and Memoji avatars, it is not known exactly what these sensors will do.
As with every patent file news, it is useful to make a warning in this news. Patent files appear as documents that show what a firm wants to do or show its future investments. For this reason, Apple is working on such a device, although we can say that augmented reality glasses will certainly come.
Apple, who is keen on augmented reality glasses but doesn’t make any public statement, is probably fully focused on the iPhone 11 issue. Nevertheless, we believe that the technology giant will not easily abandon its activities in this field and will eventually come up with augmented reality glasses.