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Keeping a close eyes on patents, art and culture helps us know where the trends are headed. In this case, Apple has filed for a patent that appears to enable a host of really amazing features in their video calling app, FaceTime… The patent in point is a new method of creating augmented reality within […]Read More Patent Watch: Apple’s Augmented Reality Is Coming to FaceTime
I’ve been hearing rumors about this for nearly a year, including multiple off-the-record discussions with people in the know. Apple will be launching an augmented-reality phone this fall, and AR-glasses (if not this fall, in 2018). Imagine Google Glass + Microsoft Hololens + Snap Spectacles, at an affordable price point and with functionality within the […]Read More People should be freaking out about Apple’s new Augmented Reality glasses
If you want to know what’s next, there are two things to always pay attention to — patents and art… Today, a patent has been awarded to Apple for a “Head-Mounted Display Apparatus For Retaining A Portable Electronic Device With Display.” Source: Apple Awarded Patent For Wireless VR HMD That Works With The iPhoneRead More Apple Awarded Patent For Wireless VR Headset That Works With The iPhone
Ever since the Disney Research presentation on Haptic Feedback at SXSW (link), I can’t stop thinking about using electricity to reverse-engineer the sense of touch (wetness, heat, pricklies, etc)… It’s fun to think that Apple is already working this into our iPhones. Haptic feedback device: Everyone is talking about the possibility of the next iPhone […]Read More Patents: haptic feedback coming to your next iPhone?