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Apple Vision Pro Could Help Engineers See the Unseen

  • Apple’s newly-granted patent gives us a peek into the possible uses of Apple Vision Pro
  • The headset could help engineers and troubleshooters detect energy and objects not visible to the naked eye
  • The device could detect signals from Wi-Fi, HVAC air flow, and more
  • The patent also suggests the headset could be used in an Apple Car

Apple has granted a new patent that could give us a glimpse into the possible uses of Apple Vision Pro. The headset, according to the newly-granted patent, could help engineers and troubleshooters detect energy and objects not visible to the naked eye such as Wi-Fi signals, HVAC air flow, and temperatures of physical objects, fluids, or gasses.

The device could help detect these signals through the use of cameras, image sensors, touch sensors, microphones, inertial measurement units, heart rate sensors, temperature sensors, Lidar sensors, radar sensors, sonar sensors, GPS sensors, and Wi-Fi sensors. These sensors don’t have to all be present in the headset, though. They can instead be in a connected mobile device, such as an iPhone.

The patent also suggests that the headset could be used in an Apple Car, as it could detect and visualize ‘hidden physical objects’ that are obscured from view by other physical objects. The patent is credited to six inventors, including Arun Srivatsan Rangaprasad who previously worked on systems for Apple Vision Pro to identify and annotate items of interest.

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