Huawei AR glasses work with a smartwatchOn February 7, 2019, a patent of Huawei Technologies for an 'Eyeglass frame' was published in the database of the WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization). The patent describes a lightweight, discrete and relatively inexpensive AR headset. The slim glasses can be used as an Augmented Reality headset. However, the glasses do not have a camera, display or microphone themselves. For this you need to have a smartwatch, this can be confirmed in the right glasses leg. The Huawei AR glasses are further equipped with an adapter and a mirror. The adapter is placed close to the smartwatch. Via the mirror, the content displayed on the smartwatch display is immediately reflected towards the eyes of the user. Audio is also supported. The smartwatch can only be attached in one way, namely that the display is facing inwards and the camera is facing forward. In the spectacle frame, an opening is made for the camera, this can be used to record the movements of a user. Incidentally, two different frames are shown in the illustrations, the placement of the smartwatch is the same, but there is a slight difference in the spectacle feet. For the glasses, both a transparent and semi-transparent optical element can be used. There is a small but ... because although there are some smartwatches for sale with a built-in camera, Huawei has not yet released a smartwatch with a camera. If the company wants to bring these AR glasses on the market, then chances are the company will first introduce a smartwatch with a camera.
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