Microsoft files a patent application for their own lenses augmented reality
The patent and Trademark Office of United States issued a request by Microsoft to show a system of Augmented Reality glasses that sounds incredibly similar to what Google intends to do with the Glass Project and many products have appeared lately .
That if the Microsoft patent describes a device with a much more specific than Google Glass because it’s designed to deal only in specific situations where it would be really useful for users rather than for intensive daily use. For example, when you’re in a sporting and they will give additional information about the event as the time remaining, the scoreboard, and sports statistics.
In fact, the patent is clear in stating that it is for use in live events and from a fixed position in which the user does not change your view. While it appears to be less impressive than the Google project is clearly a less demanding and invasive option to start and to experiment with augmented reality.Augmented Reality, Glass Project, Google Glass, Microsoft, patent, Patent and Trademark Office of United States, Patents