Apple’s AR headset may help a user’s eyes adjust when putting it on

Apple’s augmented reality headset could automatically account for the difference between a user’s point of view and an attached camera, while peripheral lighting could make it easier for a user’s eyes to adjust to wearing an AR or VR headset.

Apple is rumored to be working on its own augmented reality headset as well as smart glasses, currently speculated to be called “Apple Glass,” which could also use AR as a way to display information to the user. As with practically any other mixed reality headset on the market, there’s always challenges that have to be overcome by Apple to optimize the experience for its users.In a pair of patent filings granted by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday, Apple has seemingly come up with solutions for two distinct problems that can arise when using AR or VR headsets.

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