Although the concept video presentation does not come into detail in terms of technical aspects, the designer's personal page speculates on things like a touchpad, battery location, and wireless charging. as well as probably overly optimistic functions (at least for the first version) as eye tracking.
At least one version of the concept concept (see pictures below) increases the silence of what appears to be a camera or sensor of some kind in the middle of the eyeglass frame.
Also on the inside of the concept unit's arms, we see what is meant to be spatial sound hay speakers also approach Apple's iconic branding. As for the interface, it appears that the designer was heading for a more heads-up display page for notifications, with the glasses possibly becoming more submerged when using non-notification features.
Unlike the real designs in North's Focals, or Snap's non-AR Spectacles camera eyeglasses , this design for Apple AR launches smart-class concepts more towards a goggle-like shape factor that we've seen on devices like Vuzix Blade.
But from a different perspective, it has a sense of fashion futurism in line with Dior's latest, non-tech-infused shades release, which you can preview through the company's AR App.
If Apple eventually releases a pair of AR smart glasses, which some trusted sources predict, it doesn't look like this.
Since Apple is generous allies known for the side-by-side style – not just the feature – and these glasses take a definite science fiction style approach to design, this concept is probably not a realistic form factor for Apple's AR smart glass .
But it should be noted that the designer's notion that Apple is pairing with luxury brands like Louis Vuitton is probably accurate, as the company has already cozied up with similar Hermès and Nike for unique Apple Watch bands.
Yet, these concept designs give us yet another way to start envision how ordinary users will interact with AR in what is likely to be the first truly widespread immersive computer unit beyond the smartphone. 19659022] Don't miss: The future of generalized adoption of augmented reality