APPLE GLASSES WILL BE CONTROLLED WITH JUST YOUR EYES

The device will also include touch-sensitive surfaces.

By Balthazar Malevolent

APPLE GLASSES WILL BE CONTROLLED WITH JUST YOUR EYES

Recently, more news has emerged concerning Apple's rumored augmented reality glasses project, first concerning its pricing information and then indicating that its lenses would be self-adjusting for those who need the prescription ones. Now, the latest patent from the tech giant suggests that you can simply control the Apple Glasses with your eyes, too. 

Patently Apple.

The system can be controlled using only the eye movements, like long stares and blinks, according to the new patent, which is followed by an exceptionally long text summary. "The present declaration describes methods of using eye contact to communicate with an electronic device," the patent reads. "A wearer uses his eyes to interact with user interface objects displayed on the electronic device according to some embodiments. The techniques offer a more natural and efficient interface by allowing a user to operate the device with mainly eye gazes and eye movements (e.g., eye movement, blinks, and stares) in certain exemplary embodiments. "Providing examples, Apple claims that if a user stares at a particular object or in a long enough direction, the Glasses will detect this and automatically zoom in on the subject. 

There will of course be more conventional ways of operating as well. The patent includes various touch-sensitive surfaces that you can interact with via swipes and taps, while Siri also supports voice command. 

However, to this day, there are no official announcements from Apple regarding its much anticipated AR Glasses, so company fans should stay tuned for further updates to come.

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