Apple’s New AR/VR Patent Could Change Video Forever

Apple is a company that is typically know for the kind of phones and other hardware it makes but that doesn’t mean that the company hasn’t been looking into other forms of technology. One aspect of video recording that the tech giant has been looking into is AR as well as VR, with multi angle playback in particular being the sort of thing that can greatly improve your chances of making the most of the video that you are watching especially when that video has something or the other to do with sports and the like.

When it comes to things like VR and AR, Apple knows the kind of applications it can have especially in the field of sports viewing. Watching sports is a favorite pastime for a lot of people all in all, and a big part of the reason why this is the case has to do with the modern technology that lets us watch games even after they are done. The fact of the matter is that right now the only way you can watch things like this is by looking into the various ways in which two dimensional videos can service you, but with the new patent Apple is filing it seems obvious that the company is trying to change the paradigm associated with sports viewing.

You see, most people would agree that when it comes to sports you want multiple angles so that you can get a better idea of how the game was played. This means that Apple’s new patent, if implemented, could serve sports fans quite well, and could allow the company to rise above countless competitors by providing a sports viewing experience that is far greater than anything else we have seen previously, and it will be exciting to see where things go from here.



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