Apple’s ar devices, such as & quot; Apple Glasses & quot;, may have cooling features to keep the wearer comfortable and fine tune the AR / VR environment to make it look natural. Apple has been known for its attention to detail since jobs insisted that Macs have dialog boxes with rounded corners instead of rectangles. < p > < p > < p > & quot; feedback coordination for virtual interaction & quot;, the first of two new patents, focuses on what you don’t realize in real life, but you will notice if the AR or VR environment goes wrong. When you go to a concert with a friend, you two will hear slightly different voices, just because you are sitting in a different position. The same thing happens when you stand up or walk past people’s knees as you leave. Music sounds different, depending on where you are. < p > < p > Apple said in the patent: & quot; music processing system, it is better to strive to improve the time precision of music performance, so as to improve the music quality and user experience. This task is called quantification, which may involve different playback of sound at different times and locations. Apple wants the audio to change slightly when you hear it, depending on where you are. Apple’s solution is to focus on the audio itself, as well as the physical location of the wearer. The patent not only describes detecting the position of the head display wearer to change the sound, but also includes when to provide the sound to the wearer. < / P > < p > the second patent released today focuses on how to keep the wearer cool. In the patent, apple states that in known systems, such as wearable head displays, display panels are usually supported by carriers, frames, or other such structures, which are usually made of lightweight materials (such as plastic) to reduce the overall weight of the system. However, these structures have little benefit in terms of thermal regulation, and without proper cooling and heat dissipation, they often lead to irreparable damage or system failure. < / P > < p > Apple pointed out that the existing system Usually, additional components, such as heat sinks, are added to achieve heat dissipation, but these components can also bring comfort problems to the wearer and increase the overall weight of the system. Apple’s solution is to provide a display system that integrates thermal solutions into structural components, which not only reduces the number, complexity and weight of the overall components of the display system, but also increases the thermal conductivity It can improve the thermal management, reduce the working temperature and prolong the useful life of the system. < / P > < p > this is not to say that Apple has any particularly new ways to cool or reduce heat, and the company aims to take advantage of the hardware that already has to exist. The hardware includes the display panel plus the carrier supporting the first side of the display panel. The carrier, or frame, is a thermal solution to facilitate the transfer of heat from the display panel. A further step is to include a heat sink that works but does not adversely affect the wearer. There are also solutions that mean that the components move in order to generate airflow for heat dissipation. Global Tech