Apple Filed a Patent Application for a Product to Be Used in Augmented Reality Glasses

| January 26, 2020

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Apple filed a patent application with the title “Computer Systems With Finger Devices” to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. With this touch sensor finger-worn device, objects on mixed reality and virtual reality screens can be moved. The device will also feature tactile feedback that users can feel. The patent application envisages that this technology will be used in conjunction with augmented reality devices attached to the head. This can be confirmed as a verification of the mixed reality helmet that Apple claimed to be released in 2022.

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