Apple’s new patent: iPhone, iPad and other devices can use Vision Pro headset air gestures

According to media reports, according to the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) the latest publicized list of patents, Apple has successfully obtained a new gesture recognition patents, heralding the future of the iPhone, iPad and MacBook and other devices will be able to apply the current exclusively Vision Pro headset of the in-air gesture operation.

It is understood that the camera can capture images of a person's arm, or the accelerometer attached to the hand can capture hand movement data, through the analysis can be captured gesture data, and data pre-stored, predefined gestures to match, so as to achieve the relevant interactive operation.

In the patent description, Apple demonstrated in detail a variety of application scenarios for gesture recognition. In these scenarios, the device is equipped with sensors capable of scanning other objects including the user's body parts and proximity area.

Whether it's one of the user's hands, a pen or another hand, it can be the object of scanning. More strikingly, these body parts and objects can interact with each other in a variety of ways, such as one side blocking the other, bringing the user a natural and intuitive operating experience like never before.

It's worth noting that Apple has successfully applied a variety of in-air gestures to the Vision Pro headset.

These gestures include Tap, Double Tap, Pinch and Hold, Pinch and Drag, Zoom, and Rotate.

These gestures not only make it easier for users to maneuver in the virtual world, but also greatly enhance the sense of immersion.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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