There is no doubt that the coming days will witness a tangible development of augmented reality technology. And it seems that Apple aims to enter strongly in this field But what is new that Apple will provide in those glasses? Are they just traditional glasses, like the ones on the scene now? Or is it different this time? It looks like Apple has been managing by night and is working hard to re-conceptualize augmented and virtual reality technology the way you see it. This is a big step forward in the vision of Apple and CEO Tim Cook for the future of augmented reality, and this is exactly what he said in June 2017, where he stressed that he wanted to present something amazing new and breathtaking.

Before we go into details of this patent, we will explain the difference between the concept of virtual reality and augmented reality, which mixes with many.

Virtual RealityVR, symbolized by the acronym, is a device that is worn on the eye that prevents you from completely viewing the world around you, and places you in another endless and imaginative three-dimensional world. And sometimes it depends on some human senses or some gestures. It is widely used in watching movies, games and education. And it is not possible to walk around while wearing these devices on your eyes in any way.

Augmented Reality: It is symbolized by the acronym AR, and it is completely different from the default, as you can see the world around you and incorporate virtual things into it, and you can walk around wearing those glasses.

In the past few days, the United States Patent and Trademark Office has published an application from Apple for glasses under the name Cody T288, running rOS, and according to reports, this system will be realistic, controlled using touch, voice, head gestures, and others.

These glasses contain two "screen" lenses, with a resolution of 8K each. These glasses work completely separate from the computer, Mac, or any smart phone, but they are linked to another dedicated device. The glasses are connected to it via a short-range, high-speed wireless technology called WiGig 60GHz, and this device will be supported by the Apple 5-nanometer processor specially prepared for that technology. Faster and more powerful than any existing processor. Because of the presence of that device separate from the glasses with all components and processors, the glasses will be light, and beautiful in appearance.

The glasses are equipped with infrared cameras that track movement, especially eye movement and its location, in order to interact based on gaze with the content shown on the screen of the glasses. This technology increases the details in the scene that the wearer focuses on in a high-quality three-dimensional way, and it darkens other unnecessary details in the scene that the wearer does not focus on, and this works to reduce the pressure on the processors, especially the graphics processor.

These glasses are completely different from the current ones, because they do not need to install special cameras anywhere to discover the location, as is the case with some augmented reality glasses today. Rather, all technologies will be integrated into the glasses and the attached device.

Reports mention that Apple aims to launch these glasses in 2020. But what we would like everyone to know is that this patent can be implemented and seen on the ground or canceled and not allowed to see the light. Sometimes companies register patents in order to prevent their competitors from working in this field, and Apple excels in this method.

What do you think of Apple's patent? Do you expect that, if applied, it will gain widespread acceptance and acceptance among the public? Let us know in the comments


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