Apple’s AR Headset to Get Powerful 3D Sensors, Innovative Gesture, Motion Detection: Ming-Chi Kuo


Apple’s AR headset will reportedly launch in 2022 and now, a fresh report says that it will come with a more powerful 3D sensor. These sensors are said to be more advanced than the sensors used in the iPhone and iPad for Face ID. In addition, Apple’s AR headsets will reportedly get an innovative gesture and motion detection system. The 3D sensor is said to get an enhanced field-of-view (FOV), which is said to improve object detection. The first generation of Apple’s AR headsets is said to weigh around 350 grams and cost around $1,000 (roughly Rs.75,500).

famous Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said in an investor note – spotty by 9to5Mac — that apple ar headset Will be equipped with a more powerful 3D sensor than the existing sensor iPhone And ipad use the model Face ID, Kuo, citing sources, also mentioned that the headset is expected to feature an innovative gesture and motion recognition system. The AR headset is said to get four 3D sensors that will allow it to capture gestures and objects more accurately than the current TrueDepth camera.

In the investor note, Kuo said, “We anticipate that the structured illumination of an AR/MR headset can detect not only changes in the user’s or other people’s hand and object position, but also dynamic detail changes before the user’s eyes.” Hands (eg iPhone’s Face ID/Structured Lighting/Animoji can detect the user’s dynamic expression changes). Capturing the details of hand motion can provide a more intuitive and vivid human-machine UI is (for example, locating the user’s hand from a closed) fist to open and the balloon [image] Flying in hand).”

Kuo further states that the 3D sensors in the AR headset will get an increased FOV that will help it detect distant objects by up to 200 percent compared to the existing Face ID sensors. The AR headset will not only detect hand gestures, but is rumored to have eye tracking, iris recognition, voice control, skin detection, facial expression detection, and spatial recognition.

Apple’s first generation AR headset will weigh around 350 grams, According to Kuo He further said that the development of the second generation headset has already started and it will be much lighter. Rumors suggest that it will be priced above $1,000.

AR headset is Be expected To launch sometime in 2022 but experts say it could be available for purchase much later. Apple’s headset is also said to be a . Provides processing power similar to Mac And can work without connecting to Mac or iPhone. It will reportedly feature dual processors and two Sony 4K micro-OLED displays. Kuo also suggests that Apple may eventually replace the iPhone with AR headsets in a decade.


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