This job posting from Apple could mean its AR glasses are closer to being a real thing
Could Apple's secret effort to bring a pair of AR glasses to fruition be closer to becoming, well, a real product? Maybe, if this job posting that shows Apple is looking to hire a neuroscientist is any indication.
The iPhone maker wants to bring a "senior systems neuroscientist" on board, and the requirements sure make it sound like this person would be especially useful on the glasses product. They're asked to have, among other things, at least five years' worth of experience designing experiments "to investigate the neural correlates of perception, action or cognition" as well as "Deep expertise in sensory perception (i.e., mid to high level vision) as well as extensive research experience in any or all of the following: multi-sensory and sensorimotor integration, depth perception, decision making, neural coding and decoding."
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