Whenever a new, category-defining Apple product is in progress, we usually receive a series of creative concept designs to accompany the rumors swirling around the anticipated launch.
Now we get the same creative treatment for the much discussed potential release of Apple's Augmented Reality Smartglasses.
The concept was created by Dominik Hofacker from Berlin, who recently published it on the Concepts iPhone YouTube channel. 19659005] image from ConceptsiPhone / YouTube
Although the technical concept of the video display case is not very detailed, the designer's personal side is speculating on things like a touchpad, battery placement and wireless charging, and probably overly optimistic Features (at least for the first version) like eye tracking.
At least one version of the design concept (see pictures below) is inc lude, which appears like a camera or a sensor in the middle of the glasses frame.
Also on the inside of the concept device's arms, we see what is meant to be a spatial audio speaker as well An Approach to Apple's Iconic Branding As far as the user interface is concerned, it seems that the designer is aiming for more heads-up display ideas for notifications, and the glasses may become more intense in non-notification functions.
Unlike the very real designs of North Focals or Snaps non-AR goggles, this concept tends to be the Apple AR Smart glasses are more of a glasses-like form factor that we've seen on devices like the Vuzix Blade.
From a different perspective, however, it does have a touch of fashionable futurism in the manner of Dior's new, non-tech-infused Shades release that lets you view the company's AR app.
When Apple eventually releases a pair of AR smart glasses, as some trusted sources predict, it probably will not look like this.
Because Apple is Generic The style is known to be wrong on the side of the style – not just the function – and these glasses have a decidedly sci-fi style, but this concept is probably not a realistic form factor for the AR Smartglasses from Apple.
It should be noted, however, that the idea of Apple's designer in conjunction with luxury brands like Louis Vuitton is likely to be exact The company has already met with colleagues Hermès and Nike for unique Apple Watch bands.
Yet, these concept renderings provide another way to imagine how mainstream users will interact with AR in what is probably the first widely used device for immersive computers beyond the smartphone. Do not miss: The Future of Mainstream Adoption of Augmented Reality