The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) is working to create a new augmented reality system. It will facilitate the fulfillment of complex tasks by American soldiers, according to the agency’s website.
Task management technology uses sensors. With their help, the soldiers transmit everything that happens to them. They also send military personnel to AI for instruction. These sensors will be displayed on glasses in augmented reality.
The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Agency (DARPA) notes that the headset will help the military improve their own skills and abilities. In addition, it will be useful in the “field” conditions for performing tasks of increased complexity.
To recap, the new US government budget does not include the cost of purchasing HoloLens mixed reality glasses. A request to buy 6900 headsets worth $400 million was rejected by Congress.