Patented system smart from Apple describes a display that’s lighter and more comfortable

The subject patent for a smart from Apple describes a display that’s lighter and more comfortable appeared on Engadget.

It is known that Apple is working on the type of devices augmented reality, has hinted the company’s CEO “Tim Cook” on the company’s ambitions to provide a screen for the head or smart glasses at some point in the future. Recently stated “Tim Cook” that the technology for making glasses augmented reality on the level of quality that you want his company does not exist, which indicates that the company may re-consider the traditional methods to find a unique way to solve problems.

apple_ar_vr_patent

Has been published a patent application with the patent and Trademark Office in the United States, highlights the steps Apple to provide such a device; but it may be in front of this machine years to be submitted. One of the main objectives in this patent is made a head or smart glasses to be more comfortable and light than the devices of virtual reality and augmented reality the current system such as Microsoft’s HoloLens goggles Oculus VR Rift owned by Facebook.

While the patent application did not explain the hardware competition by name, only that Apple made it clear in the summary of the patent that if the device is not used freely, it may be cumbersome and while wearing, and the Apple TV optical systems of these devices it is huge and heavy, and that the use of the long screen on the head of this type of optical systems may be uncomfortable.

Suggests Apple to its device uses what is called a system of catadioptric, which uses mirrors and lenses curved to combine refraction and reflection in a single system. This system forms the basis of optical telescopes, microscopes and telephoto. Using the system may be Apple is able to get rid of the magnifying lenses used in virtual reality headsets traditional view the photo big enough to users; in theory, this could turn everything from the weight of the device and helps to reduce its size.

But in the end it may not be this method the effect of the on any device produced by the company in the future.

Source

The subject patent for a smart from Apple describes a display that’s lighter and more comfortable appeared on Engadget.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *