Smartglasses are a type of wearable technology that combines the functionality of a computer with the convenience of eyeglasses. They come in a variety of styles and designs and are used for a variety of tasks, from entertainment and communication to navigation and health monitoring. Smartglasses are becoming increasingly popular, and news about them is constantly being reported. Here are some of the latest news, articles, and videos about smartglasses. 1. Google Launches Enterprise Edition of Their Smartglasses: Google recently announced the launch of their new enterprise edition of their smartglasses. The glasses are designed to help businesses better manage their operations and improve employee efficiency. 2. Apple Unveils Augmented Reality Smartglasses: Apple has recently unveiled their new line of augmented reality smartglasses. The glasses are designed to provide users with a more immersive experience and allow them to interact with digital content in the real world. 3. Qualcomm Unveils New Smartglasses Platform: Qualcomm has recently unveiled their latest smartglasses platform. The platform is designed to make it easier for developers to create apps for smartglasses and enable new use cases. 4. Vuzix Introduces Smartglasses with Voice-Activated AI
Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to electronic devices using a new wireless circuitry that includes Voltage Standing Wave Radio (VSWR) sensors that could primarily detect the angle of a user's fingers when gestures are being performed near a control or controller of a device such as a MacBook, future Mixed Reality Headset, smartglasses and more.
Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of 47 newly granted patents for Apple Inc. In this particular report we briefly cover a patent relating to a gaze tracking system for Apple's future smartglasses. Our report also covers three design patents and, as always, wrap up this week's granted patent report with our traditional listing of the remaining granted patents that were issued to Apple today.
On Thursday, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to providing a smart shopping experience using wireless communication. Smart gesturing may facilitate smart shopping and other contactless experiences by enabling a user to perform a natural gesture toward one or more desired items with or while wearing a wearable or non-wearable electronic device. The electronic device may identify the smart gesture, and determine the one or more desired items are indicated by the smart gesture.
Today the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to a gyroscopic precession engine for their future HMDs in the form of an Extended Reality Headset or future smartglasses. A gyroscopic precession engine is capable of delivering superior immersive media content for movies and games.
Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to a method for providing information about a user behavior of a user with regard to at least one reference object, especially a virtual reference object, via a network from smartglasses or MR HMD to a second device such as a Mac or iPhone/iPad. The invention also covers a system for providing information about a user's behavior in a particular virtual scene. The invention applies to Mixed Reality Environments that could be used in gaming, flight simulation training and much more.
Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that relates to a system that may include one or more finger devices with U-shaped housings that gathers sensor input and supplying haptic output. The accessory will work with Apple's future mixed reality headset and smartglasses.
A few of the big trends coming to the tech sector over the next five years include electric vehicles (semi and fully autonomous), a wide range of foldable phones and tablets (hybrid tablet-notebooks) and advanced eyewear (Mixed Reality HMD, Smartglasses) and their respective controlling device accessories, such as smart rings. Apple has a number of smart ring and other types of finger device patents on record. Google and Samsung are working on similar devices. Today's report takes a look at one of Samsung's latest smart ring patents published in late December 2022.