Apple is rumored to be working on an advanced augmented reality headset. Its latest patent filing offers a glimpse into how accurate and reliable gaze tracking could permit users to interact with a computer-generated environment more easily than with hands.
The new Oculus Go needs no wires, works without a PC or any other device, features the clearest optics yet and was designed with comfort in mind. Oh, and it’s just $199! Could this be the world’s first affordable standalone virtual reality headset?
Apple is currently working on a headset with dual 8K displays that will be capable of both virtual and augmented reality, reports CNET. The outlet says the device, codenamed T288, will be wireless—meaning it won’t require a tether to a Mac or iPhone—and it’s slated to launch in 2020.