Microsoft patent reveals additional plans for augmented reality

Microsoft logoCould Microsoft be working on an augmented reality pair of smart glasses? Well based an earlier Microsoft patent, it would seem to suggest that is the case, although a newly published patent from Microsoft which was filed for back in January 2014 seems to suggest that Microsoft’s augmented reality efforts could be getting serious.

The patent application is for a “Wearable behavior-based vision system” which according to the description, not only will it be able to recognize real world objects, but it will also be able to predict its behavior. This is actually interesting because we’ve seen Microsoft’s predictive efforts with Cortana which has been pretty successful, so we have to wonder if Microsoft will be able to apply that to augmented reality.

Microsoft patent Reveals additional plans for augmented reality

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard Microsoft express interest in wearables. Recently the company revealed their plans for a wearable device designed for the blind/visually impaired which in a way sounds like the current patent.

Source: Ubergizmo

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