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Apple is Working on a Way to Record AR For Future Viewing

One of the most exciting fields in the tech industry right now is AR, because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up changing the way we interact with our content on a regular basis. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that Apple has started to play a pretty big role in this emerging field, with its upcoming Apple Glass being a significant milestone that the company is eager to each as soon as possible.

Apple is trying to make things even better too, since apparently the company is trying to figure out ways in which AR can be recorded. This would further cement the tech’s place as a form of content creation, as users would get the chance to record whatever AR they end up interacting with and seeing it at a later date at their own leisure. However, this is not the only thing that Apple is trying to give user the ability to do, and the full list of features that the company is working on could prove to be huge game changers with regards to how the company will continue operating in the future along with the field of AR as a whole.

Final Cut Pro now has VR editing capabilities, but Apple is not stopping there since the company has filed quite a few patents that are ostensibly going to allow users to maximize their ability to edit and change the AR that they view. One patent is for a “computer generated Reality Recorder”, something that would basically allow you to edit the recordings that are created and thereby create even more content out of this whole thing.

This can turn the process by which you consume content into a far more interactive and collaborative experience. Viewers would no longer be restricted to just being passive observers, but rather they would be able to take part in the content itself. This is an avenue that many people looking into AR have not really considered at present, but it is something that is most definitely going to play a pretty huge role in the future. AR is only just getting started, and Apple is going to kick things into high gear.

H/T: AI.

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