Today, we learned from the company’s website that Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. has published a patent for “smart glasses and smart glasses control system”. The application date is March 31, 2020, and the public number is CN213182196U.
According to the patent abstract, the smart glasses include a lens body, a shooting component, a telescopic component and a rotating component.
If you need to use the components or the work such as tracking, film through scale component drive components out of asylum, when you do not need to use the components or taken into places where can’t shoot, you can drive component shrinkage shooting into the holding cavity expansion components, therefore, users will be able to wear the intelligent glasses under any scenario.
When the camera is retracted into the chamber, the camera does not take up additional space, so the appearance of smart glasses can be more concise.
It is worth mentioning that the rotation component drives the rotation of the shooting component when the shooting component stretches out the chamber to change the shooting direction of the shooting component, thus increasing the shooting angle of the shooting component.
From the appearance of the patent picture, this smart glasses is expected to add AR realistic increment technology in the future, similar to the effect of Google glasses.
In terms of AR, Huawei previously released Huawei AR map through Cyberverse technology.
It takes the river map technology developed by Huawei as the core, combining Arengine Huawei AR engine and other technologies, and easily integrates the virtual digital world with the real world in a stable and high-precision manner. With centimeter-level 3D positioning, it can restore the real world 1:1.
It’s worth noting that there has been very little news about Apple’s AR glasses so far, although Tianfeng International analyst Guo Mingshui has said that Apple plans to launch AR glasses in 2025.
Given that Huawei has previously teamed up with Gentle Monster to launch the Eyewear II, the company is expected to launch AR glasses before Apple.