Apple’s new patent exposure, smart glasses may use wireless base station to improve performance

Recently, a new patent of Apple was exposed. According to the description of the patent, it is prepared for the apple virtual display glasses to be launched in the future. It is reported that this patent is mainly developed to solve the large amount of computing needed for enhanced display and virtual reality system operation, which will enable Apple’s virtual reality glasses to have more perfect functions and experience. < / P > < p > this patent is called “relay base and base station with directional wave formation based on location information”. In the patent, apple describes a head mounted display with wireless design, which is powered by a built-in battery pack, and the calculation data is processed by the wireless base station. In short, the user’s operation is transmitted to the base station through low delay wireless transmission, and then the base station transmits the calculated picture to the glasses from the base station. In the whole process, the glasses are just a relay and display device. < p > < p > Apple hopes to solve the problem that performance and portable size can’t be achieved by such a design, and the product can run for a longer time in wireless state. At the same time, this patent also applies beamforming technology to strengthen the signal strength, maintain the stability of the picture, reduce the interference, reduce the power required for the operation of the base station, and enhance the privacy of the signal. < / P > < p > however, at least for now, this is only Apple’s initial idea. There are still many problems to be solved in order to carry out business, such as the layout of base stations, transmission in complex environment, how to keep the picture uninterrupted when users move between different base stations, etc., but it is at least a feasible solution for virtual reality wireless devices. Continue Readinggather and watch! Huawei P40 Pro evaluation: excellent mobile phone photography elegant design, do you like it?