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Apple has filed a patent for a “mixed-reality headset, which could have been equipped with sensors to track users’ facial features, the eyes and the hands.
The patent, which was filed in March of 2019 and has been referred to as a Display System With Sensors, and shows that Apple is investigating how the combined (or added to) the reality of the translation of cell-phones, a pair of glasses.
The system will display a head-mounted display, a group of cameras and other sensors to keep track of a person. According to the date of submission of the headset, it can be main types of sensors,” “the operation of sensors,” and “the lower jaw of the probe.”
Apple describes a system that is different from that of most of the AR glasses, which, according to Variety, which is usually the project the partial images, which will still let you see the face of the earth. At least one version of Apple ” s system makes use of a pass-through for a video where the camera is to capture a video feed, then this is the headset, composite materials, digital objects, and displays the images in a VR-like screen.
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Apple has filed a patent for a headset, with a wide range of options. (U.s. Patent Office)
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The famously tight-lipped company, led by its chief executive officer, Tim Cook, has not commented on the patent, but he has spoken highly of the AR, the potential in the last couple of years.
“I see, I see AR as an in-depth,” Cook said last year. AR has the ability to enhance human performance, rather than the isolation of the human being. So, I’m a huge supporter of the event. We have put a lot of energy on AR. We are going to be very soon.”
At an event in May, Cook recommended using augmented reality, the benefits to both the retail and manufacturing industries.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reacts at the Economic Summit, the China Development Forum in Beijing, China, Saturday, March 23, 2019. (AP)
With the release of iOS11, the majority of the newer model of the iphone will have support for augmented reality at the level of the operating system. Apple made ARKit-to-help-app-developers-easier-to-build AR applications.
Variety is reporting that the Apple analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, an estimate of the company’s start of production of the headset, with the fourth quarter of this year, will be released by the year 2020.
Google Glass, which made its debut six years ago, a significant commercial, is now on the market as a commercial product. Facebook owns the virtual reality hardware and software company, Oculus.
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