It will Track User Attention.
It has been quite a long time now since apple has been started developing an AR Glass, and some Cupertino giant filing the wearable related patents in many numbers have seen. Presently, Apple has filed a new patent, which indicates a nifty feature of the long-rumored Apple wearable.
The patent dubbed Luminance Changes’ Utilization to Determine User Characteristics proposes that Apple’s AR-based wearable would have the option to measure changes in a user’s eyes to decide if they are interested in watching the current content and how. Along these lines, the gadget would have the option to adjust the display’s brightness or automatically change the content altogether if a user is not interested in the content and paying attention to the subject
How does it work?
In the patent, Apple says that this feature will distinguish a condition of a user, for example, distracted, attentive, mind wandering etc depending on the physiological response of user like pupillary to luminance change events where a part or the entirety of the content rapidly gets morebrighter or dimmer.According to Apple’s patent, this feature is going to work dependent on the condition of the users’ pupils. Apple says that using certain sensors, the gadget will actually be able to identify thepupils’ movements of a user’s eyes to determine if they are contracted or dilated while seeing substance.
Well, it’s actually possible because when the content’s luminance gets broaden while the user is engaged and attentive, the pupillary reaction might be increasingly smaller and slower in magnitude when compared to the pupillary response from a tired pair of eyes.So, this way, the Apple Glass that will soon release, would have the option to convey the best viewing experience to the users and take advantage of this feature to control the display.
Additionally, it’s able to examine the data and recommend users to take a break from long viewing sessions.Presently, in case you are not aware, a new report recommended that apart from a lower-end AR-based wearable, Apple is additionally building up a $3,000 dual 8K display setup of a Mixed Reality headset. Therefore, this patent may relate to that model.