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This Apple patent may be the key to AR glasses we'd actually want to wear

2 monthes ago   |   By Fast Company

By beaming an image directly onto the retina, Apple could build AR glasses with stylish design and marathon battery life.
Apple's work on augmented-reality glasses are one of the worst-kept secrets in tech. Right now, AR experiences aimed at consumers ask us to experience the technology through phone cameras, and everybody knows that can't last. Digital imagery projected into the world in front of us-via glasses or something like them-might be the next big user experience.
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