The Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn sold to Google a patent that allows you to create a virtual image and superimpose it on a view of the real world.

Google patents the Taiwanese manufacturer Hon Hau purchase Precision Industry, also known as Foxconn, To give their augmented reality glasses, Google Glass, new features, which would allow products to outdo the competition.

Acquired patents relate to a technology that lets you create a virtual image and superimpose it on a view of the real world and could use the Mountain View maker to equip its Google Glass with voice commands.

This technology, called Head Mounted Display, is widely used in screens for aviation, engineering and scientific design applications and devices and simulation tools.

This purchase was made public after news that Google had decided to produce their augmented reality glasses that Foxconn factory has in California.

Foxconn Technology is the leading provider of large competitor to Google, Apple, which manufactures smartphones including iPhone and iPad tablets.

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By • 26 Aug, 2013
• Section: Augmented reality

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