(ANSA) – MILAN, 02 MAY – Apple returns to talk about its augmented and virtual reality viewers with a couple of patents that the company has obtained from the competent US office. As discovered by the Patently Apple website, Apple has received the license for a first patent that allows a device to mount a mirror finish for the lenses, so as to pass from the vision of three-dimensional contents to those of the surrounding physical environment. An option that would give eyewear a way to become an object not only for technology lovers but for the mass, especially in view of the launch of the metaverse, a scenario from which Apple today seems excluded. A second document refers instead to the support, for a device with digital screens, to wireless charging. The method would allow any viewers to be powered via a base and without the aid of cables, in a similar way to what happens today with chargers for smartphones and smartwatches, which use wireless technology to pass energy through the coupling. on a breadboard. It is also not excluded, given the patent, that to receive energy the glasses can benefit from a magnetic power system, which allows you to connect a thin and long wire to a port on the back, so as to continue to use the accessory during the charging. A possibility that for experts would be necessary given Apple’s desire to create a gadget that is light and fashionable, therefore with a battery size reduced to a minimum. Despite rumors of a “Glass” finalization difficulty, by late February Apple and its partners had taken the goggles out of the so-called “Second Phase Engineering Validation” (EVT 2), which ensures the units meet their functionality and goals. pre-established safety. This would bode well for a launch, in limited and selected quantities, by 2023, perhaps with a first taste of the operating system ROs (“Reality Os”) already at the June developer conference, the Worldwide Developer Conference. (HANDLE).
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