Apple applies for anti-motion sickness patent

Apple applies for anti-motion sickness patent

Whip Bulls News on January 20, according to the website of the US Patent and Trademark Office, Apple has applied for a patent for an “enhanced virtual display” in the United States, which is expected to solve the problem of motion sickness during passengers riding.

The patent includes a virtual reality system that can help passengers who are working during the ride avoid motion sickness by projecting relatively stable content to passengers.

Apple applies for anti-motion sickness patent
In recent years, Apple has applied for a series of patents related to automobiles. Prior to this, Apple has applied for a series of automotive patents such as the charging system, enhanced seat belt, wireless charging calibration system, and vehicle thermal management system.

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is also working on developing Apple-branded cars. Apple CEO Cook refused to respond to rumors about Apple cars.