wouldn't having images/videos in your line of sight block your vision I mean google maps talks to you and tells you were to go so you don't have to take your eyes off of the road, what benefit is there to be had with these glasses....... see schematics etc thats rubbish just print them out (so all can see) or use a laptop even if you were to read a text/email through the glasses how do you respond............. through the phone or laptop connected to them another gimik
It's funny alot of manufacturers are already either in the process of working on ar or vr glasses or already have working models but now Apple has to jump in and follow others who have done it but claim they revolutionized it and came up with the idea b4 anyone else and many will buy into it.
With Smartphones in this generation, we have already seen a lot or many of humans carelessness and accidents on the road and anywhere. Wat else, an A R smart glasses now? 😌
Wake up to the reality of world than the virtual world, humans!
I seen better AR glasses. The company’s I seen they use prescription glasses and use their tech and ship them (which they manufacture on their own including install the prescription glasses with their tech all in one factory) in conclusion those model Apple AR glasses look horrific. Plus the AR doesn’t get in your way when you look away and pay attention to someone during a regular conversation.
Personally I like the idea of both VR and AR....as a gamer I can appreciate Virtual Reality with games....they make games much more life like and insert you into them much more, as long as you have the space to use them. Augmented Reality has some interesting potential for everyday use anywhere you go. Whereas VR is something I'd keep at home, or use on a long plane ride; AR by contrast is something usable anywhere. Google Glass had the right ideas going forward as a starting point; walking directions or content details about a poster to use two examples. But as a society we rejected Google Glass by and large because of the forward facing camera. That is something we have to get through legally before AR really becomes universal.
Maybe because I am older I think AR is the way to go. Glasses that could tell me where I was walking or what building I was looking at would seem to be more useful than VR for someone like myself on a day to day basis.