Kuo: Apple’s AR headset will feature powerful 3D sensors, as well as a gesture and motion detection system

Apple headset will include advanced hand gesture detection and 3D sensors

Apple’s forthcoming augmented reality and virtual reality headsets will most likely include a variety of smart sensors. The latest revelation comes from TF International Securities‘ respected Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, who detailed the situation in an investor note.

Kuo is expecting that the Apple headset will include advanced hand gesture detection and 3D sensors that are more advanced than those used on Face ID for iPhones and iPods, according to 9to5Mac, which obtained the note.
According to the source, the headset will enable “eye tracking, iris identification, voice control, skin detection, facial expression detection, and spatial detection.”
The headset will work independently of an iPhone and will feature Mac-level processing, as well as two processors, one of which will be an M1 type and the other a lower-end processor, the analyst previously stated, also Two Sony 4K mini OLED panels are believed to get included in the headset. He believes it will eventually replace the iPhone in ten years.
The device’s initial version now could be targeted at developers, which would match the higher price tag.
The headset is predicted to cost a lot of money. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman earlier believed that it will cost more than $2000 when it debuts, with “advanced CPUs, screens, sensing, and avatar-based functions.”



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