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Friday, December 15, 2017

An Apple patent shows a fascinating gaming technology


The United States patent office has just published an Apple patent that leaves us surprised and perplexed in equal parts. No, it's not a new gadget, but it seems that Cupertino increasingly takes Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality more seriously to apply it to all types of software, including games.
We have seen only the tip of the iceberg of everything that Augmented Reality has to offer us through ARKit , but it is only the beginning. This patent would refer to systems and technologies that would allow altering maps, that is, the generation of artificial terrain. Noise maps are used to generate artificial terrain in three dimensions for games using matrices with random numbers.
At the moment it is unknown how and where Apple will implement these new gaming technologies, but the people behind the patent make it sound even better and make us dream .
And is that after this project is James Cwik, who previously was in Electronic Arts and Norman Wang, Apple engineer with a long career in Sony, in the area of ​​Play Station. In his CV we find SDK projects for PSP, PS3, PS Vita & PlayStation Suite. And the thing does not end here because he has also worked for LucasArts and Electronic Arts, specifically in sports games. Small CVs!
Will it be for the glasses or virtual reality helmet that we know will be released soon ? Will there be a second phase of ARKit? Will it be related to the AR system that recently introduced Shazam, a company that has just acquired Apple? Too many questions and the desire to materialize .

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