TUESDAY, January 18, 2021
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) grants hundreds of new patents every week, showcasing the most exciting developments in technology and innovation.
In this article, we highlight several interesting US patents recently issued by the USPTO.
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A headphone device configured to match environmental conditions provided by a virtual reality device. There is a temperature sensor in the headphone earpiece that communicates data to the virtual reality device to determine when to engage a cooling mechanism on the headphone earpiece.
This system enables the control of a heads-up display to provide increased visibility for the driver. The system utilizes a plurality of sensors that can process captured data to inform the driver about different characteristics of the road.
This driver assistance system provides users with information relating to points of interest around the vehicle. When a point of interest is identified, the system can provide the driver with information relating to the distance and direction of the point of interest relating to the car’s position.
This is a system for controlling the view of a plurality of users within a virtual space. As multiple users join the virtual space, the system determines the main character and a sub-character. The system then uses the users’ locations to determine the field of view displayed on the device. Further, the users can change the field of view to different characters when the sub-character has moved out of view.
A ring with an integrated battery, antenna, and circuitry. The ring can be configured with a microphone and attached to other wireless devices to provide the user with a different. A device like this could provide users with another way to interact with their devices in a smaller form factor than the connected wireless device.
Written by John DeStefano, Technical Advisor