Invented by John Austin Day, Lorena Pazmino, James Cameron Petty, Paul Armistead Hoover, Chris Sorrell, James M. Powderly, Savannah Niles, Magic Leap Inc
The Eclipse Cursor is a unique input device that is designed specifically for use with mixed reality displays. It uses advanced tracking technology to accurately detect the position and orientation of the user’s hand, allowing them to interact with virtual objects in a more natural and intuitive way. The device is also designed to be lightweight and comfortable to use, making it ideal for extended use in a variety of applications.
One of the key drivers of the market for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays is the increasing demand for more natural and intuitive input devices. Traditional input devices like keyboards and mice are not well-suited for use with mixed reality displays, as they require users to interact with virtual objects in a way that is not natural or intuitive. The Eclipse Cursor solves this problem by providing a more natural and intuitive way to interact with virtual objects, which has led to increased demand for the device.
Another key driver of the market for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays is the increasing adoption of mixed reality displays in a variety of industries. As more industries begin to adopt mixed reality displays, there is a growing need for advanced input devices like the Eclipse Cursor. This has led to increased investment in the development of new and innovative input devices, which is expected to drive growth in the market for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays in the coming years.
Overall, the market for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays is a rapidly growing industry that is expected to see significant growth in the coming years. With the increasing adoption of mixed reality displays in a variety of industries, there is a growing need for advanced input devices like the Eclipse Cursor. As more companies invest in the development of new and innovative input devices, the market for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays is expected to continue to grow and evolve in the years to come.
The Magic Leap Inc invention works as follows
The disclosures include “systems and methods of displaying a mouse cursor, and a focus indication associated with virtual or real objects, in a virtual or augmented reality environment, by a wearable device.” The system can determine the spatial relationship between an object in the environment and a cursor that is moved by a user. The system can render a focus indication (e.g. a halo or shading) around or adjacent to objects that are close to the cursor. The focus indicator can be highlighted in directions nearer the cursor, and deemphasized for directions further away. The system can render an object in front (or not render it at all) of the cursor when the cursor overlaps a target. This way, the object will not be occluded. The focus and cursor can give the user feedback on their position and help them navigate between objects in the environment.
Background for Eclipse Cursor for Mixed Reality Displays
Examples for 3D Display of a Wearable Device
Waveguide Stack Assembly
Examples of Wearable Systems, Environments and Interfaces
Example objects in the Field of View
Utilization a Cursor”.
Utilization a Focus Indicator”.
Examples Cursors & Focus Indicators”.
Focus indicator Thresholds
Attractive effect between cursors and objects
Varying Intensity Of Focus Indicator”.
Implementation a Focus Indicator and Eclipse Cursor
Eclipse cursor in Planar Layouts”.
Additional Examples of Eclipse cursors and Focus indicators
Example Focus Indicators
Examples of Implementation Processes for an Eclipse Cursor”.
Example Software Code
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