【苹果在2020将推出增强现实眼镜】

【苹果在2020将推出增强现实眼镜】近日,苹果宣布开发AR项目并将运行一个称为“AR现实操作系统iOS新版本。苹果AR眼镜专利详细介绍了一个可以触摸iPhone的头戴式触摸屏显示器。它可以与iPhone相结合,提供用户感兴趣的增强真实环境。苹果的AR设备将运行在一个全新的芯片和操作系统中,该系统将是在iPhoneiPad系统上的交叉系统,类似于苹果手表创建的版本。 

Apple 'to launch augmented reality glasses in 2020': Secret T228 project revealed

  • Secret 'T228' project is one of several AR projects under development
  • Will run a new version of iOS called 'reality OS'
  • Apple recently filed a patent application showing how the glasses would work
  • A company that makes metal casings for Apple may make parts for the glasses  

Apple's augmented reality glasses could be on shelves by 2020, it has been claimed.

Codenamed T228, they will run a version of Apple's iOS called 'reality OS'.

According to Bloomberg's Mark Gurman, Apple 'aims to have technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship a product as early as 2020.'

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The Apple AR glasses patent details a head-mounted, touch-screen display that could work alongside an iPhone. It could work in tandem with an iPhone, representing points of interest (a landmark or an object such as a moving car) in a view of a real environment

The Apple AR glasses patent details a head-mounted, touch-screen display that could work alongside an iPhone. It could work in tandem with an iPhone, representing points of interest (a landmark or an object such as a moving car) in a view of a real environment

He says Apple's device will have its own display and run on a new chip and operating system, 'according to people familiar with the situation'.

It is believed the software will be a 'fork' of the iOS software on iPhones and iPads - similar to the version created for the Apple Watch.

It has been named 'rOS' for 'reality operating system,'

A secret team team is working on several hardware and software projects under the umbrella code name of 'T288', it is claimed.

 It is believed the firm is taking its time to make sure the technology is ready.

'Anything you would see on the market any time soon would not be something any of us would be satisfied with,' Tim Cook recently told The Independent when talking about the firm's AR plans.

Jony Ive told The New Yorker's TechFest conference last month the iPhone X and its screen had faced a similar issue, saying 'there are certain ideas that we have and we are waiting for the technology to catch up with the idea.'

According to Bloomberg, engineers are prototyping applications from mapping to virtual meeting rooms and 360-degree video playback using HTC Vive headsets (pictured)

According to Bloomberg, engineers are prototyping applications from mapping to virtual meeting rooms and 360-degree video playback using HTC Vive headsets (pictured)

The firm is believed to be investigating touch panels, voice-activation via Siri and head gestures to control the glasses, and a recent Apple AR glasses patent details a head-mounted, touch-screen display that could work alongside an iPhone.

According to Bloomberg, engineers are prototyping applications from mapping to virtual meeting rooms and 360-degree video playback using HTC Vive headsets

A special development kit similar to Samsung's Gear VR and Google's Daydream using as iPhone as a screen is also being made, although it is believed it will only be used internally to develop apps for the new glasses.

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