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The application submitted by Samsung to the US Patent & Trademark Office details foldable glasses with very thick frames meant to store the electronic tech, similar to the Samsung Gear VR.To ensure that the device doesn’t accidentally turn off if the user turns their head wrongly, the company may be utilizing magnetic sensors that make sure the glasses remain in the unfolded position until the user manually folds them.To get around Google's awkward Glass product that was receiving constant negative news mainly due to its face camera being seen as an invasion of privacy, Samsung invented specialized contact lenses with a hidden camera built-in.

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The application submitted by Samsung to the US Patent & Trademark Office details foldable glasses with very thick frames meant to store the electronic tech, similar to the Samsung Gear VR . Although the designs are in its infancy, it showcases an eyepiece able to automatically switch on when the glasses are unfolded. It will also utilize magnetic sensors to ensure the glasses stay in its unfolded position no matter if the user, turns their head or accidentally get crooked. But it is worth noting Samsung is using ARM-based processors as an example of tech it would run on, meaning the company could develop them if it ever decided to.
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In the initial stages of patent Samsung application, the eyepiece automatically switches on every time it is unfolded. To ensure that the device doesn’t accidentally turn off if the user turns their head wrong, the company may be utilizing magnetic sensors that make sure the glasses remain in the unfolded position until the user manually folds them. However, there is a real possibility that the Samsung patent application may never go through, so Samsung hasn’t discussed the exact components they intend to utilize. So the new patent product will be vastly different from the existing one as its working on the emergent high-tech ideas the augmented reality through foldable glasses.
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Enter your email address: Delivered by FeedBurner CNBC's Jim Cramer says that Apple Could Rally on "Better-than-Feared" Earnings | Main | Google to Introduce Pixel 4 Smartphones in Q4 with Apple-Like 3D Face ID and In-Air Gesturing The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a granted patent for Samsung earlier this month for Augmented Reality contact lenses. To get around Google's awkward Glass product that was receiving constant negative news mainly due to its face camera being seen as an invasion of privacy, Samsung invented specialized contact lenses with a hidden camera built--in. Samsung notes that an external device like a smartphone may include a program interacting with the smart contact lens.