Microsoft secures patent for object-recognizing Augmented Reality smart glasses

By July 23, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

By Dusan Belic 

Microsoft plans to join the smart glass market at some point, having recently acquired virtual reality patents from Osterhout Design Group in a deal worth $150 million.

While these patents obviously play a role in the Redmond giant’s strategy — $150 million is a significant amount of cash, after all — that doesn’t stop the Windows makers from pursuing its own technology. And voila, we have the first glimpse of their plans to share with you, thanks to their patent filing for “Wearable behavior-based vision system.”

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