Apple has registered a curious patent that shows us how their augmented reality glasses would fit each user’s head. A very interesting idea that we will detail below.
Recently, we also discovered another patent detailing how these AR glasses would have the ability to indicate directions with an integrated navigation system.
In principle, the glasses of the augmented reality of Apple would begin its commercialization from 2020 but still, there is no specific date for its launching.
Some glasses with an adjustment mechanism
The patent of which we speak today is entitled “Head mount screen with adjustment mechanism” and describes how augmented reality glasses could be adjusted automatically according to the contour and the size of a user’s head.
Basically, the patent tells us an idea about how the band that holds the glasses panel would have the ability to control its tension to stay firm in place.
The description of the patent, recently registered in the Trademark and Patent Office of the United States of America, tells us a very simple and simple solution. In theory, augmented reality glasses would use a fan to push air from the camera of the device where the components are located.
In this way, the air would travel through different sections to tighten the band of the augmented reality glasses and exert a certain degree of pressure on the user’s head to adjust the headset.
It is true that these fans could cause irritation in the eyes of users, but the patent suggests making the air pass through a different camera to the one located near the eyes. We’ll see if they finally implement this functionality.