Recently, Apple has filed a patent for a wearable computing device, this patent gives us more evidence that Apple is very interested in wearable computing devices like it’s competitor, Google and it’s Project Glass eyewear. Like Google, the Cupertino based company has some sort of a display over the eye on a head mount. Sound pretty AMAZING!! (I want one)!

PatentlyApple’s report points out  that this device is actually for a wearable computer. The patent is specifically named  and made for a “Display Resolution Increase with Mechanical Actuation.”, which translate to that the patent says in detail about a technology that can increase the pixel density of a display put over someone’s eye. PatentlyApple also reports that this patent tell us that the technology can be used for “other types of display devices such as television sets, computer monitors, projection systems, and so forth.”  

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Hi, I am Sachit Sharma. I am interested in all the different technologies in this world. I love all the new Apple technology out there. And I just love the new iOS 6 and OS X Mountain Lion. I used to write for Apple World Today (an Apple technology news website). I was the Senior Post Editor and had a lot of fun writing about all the rumors there was out there about Apple. I am a Mac user, an iPhone user and last but not least an iPad user. Sadly, When Apple World Today failed badly, I was offered to write for Zamkato with the help of my friend Connor Matthews and let me continue my passion for writing. I will always be available at sachit@zamkato.com Twitter- @sachitsharma28

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