Apple Granted a Patent for Synchronized, Interactive Augmented Reality Displays
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted Apple patent 9,305,402 today which covers a highly advanced synchronized and interactive augmented reality (AR) display for future iOS devices that could include a future video head AR/VR headset. Apple's granted patent covers their initial vision for using augmented reality applications in business, health care and education. Apple's granted patent also briefly touches interacting with 3D video and applications for vehicle mechanics, distant learning and more.
Patently Apple first covered Apple's initial patent application back in July 2011. See our first report here for more details and graphics.
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