Patent published on February 15, 2024

New Patent Allows for Longer Use of AR/VR Headset Without Adding Weight

New Patent Solves Weight and Design Constraints with AR/VR Headsets

A revolutionary new patent has been published, potentially solving a significant problem faced by users of augmented reality/virtual reality (AR/VR) headsets. The patent, filed by AMOGREENTECH CO., introduces a groundbreaking wearable gadget that aims to reduce weight while increasing battery capacity. The patent number is US20240053794A1.

The core problem addressed by this patent lies in the limitations posed by current methods of powering AR/VR headsets. Traditionally, these devices have relied on batteries embedded within them, resulting in an increase in overall weight and a decreased degree of design flexibility. As the storage capacity of the battery increases, so does its size, which affects both the user's comfort and the appearance of the device.

However, the invention described in the patent proposes a novel solution to this problem. By utilizing thin, flexible batteries with a relatively light weight per storage capacity, the overall weight of the wearable gadget can be significantly reduced. This breakthrough allows for a substantial increase in battery capacity without compromising on user comfort or design possibilities.

The wearable gadget described in the patent features a detachable battery mechanism. Some of the batteries can be easily replaced when their power is completely exhausted, thereby increasing the device's usage time. This feature is particularly advantageous for users who require extended periods of uninterrupted AR/VR headset use.

Imagine a future where AR/VR headsets are lighter, sleeker, and more comfortable to wear. With this patented technology, the world of AR/VR experiences will be more accessible and immersive than ever before. Users will be able to thoroughly enjoy longer sessions without the burden of carrying a heavy device. Whether it be exploring virtual landscapes, engaging in interactive gaming, or participating in virtual meetings, the possibilities are endless.

Though the specific details regarding commercial availability of this patent are not yet clear, it is essential to note that the existence of a patent does not guarantee its immediate appearance on the market. However, the publication of this patent is undeniably a step in the right direction, offering hope for a future where AR/VR headsets combine increased battery life, reduced weight, and enhanced design possibilities.

P.S. Please note that this article is based on a recently published patent and does not guarantee the eventual appearance of the technology in the market.


- Figure 1 depicts a wearable gadget according to the patent, highlighting the body part, wearing part, battery part, and the operation part.

- Figure 2 provides an exploded view of the wearable gadget.

- Figures 3 and 4 showcase different angles of the wearable gadget, emphasizing the separation of the second battery.

- Figure 5 presents a schematic diagram of flexible batteries applicable to the wearable gadget, highlighting their potential use as the first and second battery.

- Figure 6 illustrates various patterns that can be applied to the electrode assembly and exterior material of the flexible batteries.

- Figure 7 offers an enlarged cross-sectional view detailing the configuration of the flexible batteries.

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