Apple acquires waveguide lens for startup of AR glasses – News

apple Acquired Akonia Holographics, a start-up company based in Denver, which manufactures augmented reality waveguide lenses. The acquisition was confirmed by Reuters which Apple first reported.

Apple spokesperson said, Standard declaration"While Apple may purchase small technology companies, we usually do not discuss our objectives and plans."

With this acquisition, it is clearly confirmed that Apple invests resources in technologies that support the development of lightweight extended reality headsets. There are reports over the years that Apple plans to sell mainstream AR glasses over the next few years.

By the end of 2021, Apple reported that it acquired a mixed reality headset company, Vrvana, equipped with devices that provide users with an extended reality experience through traditional opaque displays. This latest acquisition seems to provide much clearer guidance on Apple's consumer ambitions for expanded reality.

Waveguide displays have become a de facto optical technology for augmented reality headsets. They come in a variety of forms, but they are all scattered on the sides of the glass, bouncing between the lens sculptures (or other irregularities) and probably sending this image to the user's eyes. Waveguide lenses are currently used in AR headsets such as Magic Leap and Microsoft.

Reflected waveguide display constructed by Lumus.

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