We all know that the future is directed to augmented reality and not so much to virtual reality, although it is advisable to know how to exploit both technologies for both productivity and entertainment. Hence, the social network giant Facebook decided to launch an augmented reality glasses.
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There is no doubt that the future is directed to augmented reality and not so much to virtual reality, although it is advisable to know how to exploit both technologies for both productivity and entertainment.
One of the last companies to join the impending race for augmented reality is the social network giant Facebook, the company of the Mark Zuckerberg is already experimenting with ideas about launching glasses with these characteristics, at least a patent indicating.
While the registration of a patent does not mean anything tangible at all, at least there is evidence of ideas that are managing the large groups that could fructify in future releases.
It would not be unreasonable to think that one of these future products would be augmented reality glasses of the social network giant Facebook, an idea that seems to be handling large companies like the tech giant Google, the tech giant Apple and now the social network giant Facebook itself.
The tech giant Apple patent on these augmented reality glasses is to say they are able to “recreate a real environment with computer – generated elements.” These so-called Facebook glasses would come to use a waveguide display technology for images, and protected in an independent audio from the device’s speakers.
Obviously, these types of products would also be ready to be able to support elements of virtual reality, although they would do it in a mixed way with the real environment.
Its main use would be productivity or medicine, but entertainment would have much to say respectfully, especially if they manage to popularize a niche market that is too exclusive to be profitable.
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