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SAN FRANCISCO, March 23 – Apple could quickly transform the virtual reality headset market. According to well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who specifically follows the Apple brand, the headset that Apple may be preparing for its release in 2022 will be able to identify the consumer by analyze their journal but it will also be possible to keep a close eye on the eyes during every activity. Will this be enough to ultimately win over the masses and to make VR headsets mainstream?
According to the latest information collected by the renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (TF Securities), it seems that Apple has a significant and improved reality headset in the works. It could even come to market as early as 2022. To be clear, it would be a unique result of the project of connected spectacles, aimed at a wider population, which could come out next. year as well.
This headset would be a high yield, with a number of great innovations, with the most obvious being an eye-tracking system. The headset would know which side the user is looking at all the time. It is also set to be able to handle the blink of an eye or even identify the user thanks to magazine recognition.
And from these capabilities, a whole new use could be envisioned for the device. For example, it would be possible to view an advanced version of the image exactly where the person is looking and, on the other hand, to reduce the quality of the image elsewhere. It could also display information by looking at a specific point or validating information or interacting with an element just by clicking. In terms of magazine recognition, this could be used not only to identify different headset users but also to confirm payment through Apple Pay.
The whole device could be made up of two high-resolution screens as well as an internal chip, depending on what the American manufacturer is offering with its new MacBook. This headset in the future, the first for Apple, may not be among the brand’s top vendors in terms of number of units, but it could certainly pave the way to a new era in the future. the region that has so far not gone off. – ETX Studios