Robert Scoble actually, in point of fact needs an augmented fact (AR) headset from Apple asap.
Unique information: Apple and Zeiss running in combination on augmented fact optics.
For the nerds who have been at CES and now not being attentive to all my posts.
A Zeiss worker showed the rumors that Apple and Carl Zeiss AG are running on a mild pair of augmented fact/combined fact glasses that can be introduced this yr. (I assumed it used to be subsequent yr however now that I noticed this I consider it's going to occur this yr).
From October 2016:
The following iPhone might be, I'm advised, a transparent piece of glass (er, Gorilla Glass sandwich with different polycarbonates for being lovely shatter resistant if dropped) with a next-generation OLED display (I've a number of resources confirming this). You pop it right into a headset which has eye sensors on it, which allows the following iPhone to have a better obvious body price and polygon rely than a PC with a Nvidia 1080 card in it. [...]
The transparent iPhone will put holograms on most sensible of the actual global like Microsoft HoloLens does. Eye sensors may also deliver a brand new more or less consumer interface. [...]
Additionally, updates from new resources: be expecting battery and antennas to be hidden across the edges of the display, and is the reason how Apple will have compatibility in one of the most items even whilst many of the chips that make up a phone are in a pack/strip on the backside of the phone.
I proceed to assume AR will finally end up being much less of a discreet product and extra of a function in lots of long run merchandise, just like the flat display has transform on present ones.
Although, preferably, I would like in an effort to do what Tony Stark did in Civil Conflict — flick my watch or phone and feature a miles greater holographic show come out of it for me to engage with, then pop again when I am finished.
That means I may just return to wearing a 3.5-inch iPhone in my pocket or a 38mm watch on my wrist however have the identical of an iPad mini or Professional each time I wished it.
I do not even assume Apple would wish Zeiss for that...