According to the list published by the European Patent Regulatory Agency, Apple obtained a patent on April 12 this year called “Biofeedback Based on Eye Gaze”, which can confirm the attention of the wearer of the XR headset.
Apple stated in the patent that the wearer of the headset needs to maintain focus and increase engagement in scenarios such as watching educational or entertainment content, meditating, learning new skills, and reading documents in an extended reality (XR) environment. significance.
Apple uses sensors, physiological data (such as gaze characteristics), user response time to content, and other factors to determine the XR headset wearer’s attention.
After monitoring and analyzing these data, for example, if the user is distracted or unable to meet the application requirements during meditation, a reminder will be sent to the user.