Have you ever gotten stuck in a video game level that you just can’t quite figure how to get out of? Of course you have, and usually, like most, you go to YouTube looking for a video to show you what you need to do to get past that point you’re stuck in. With Google’s online Stadia game controller, you just hit their assistant button that will help you beat the game. That likely sends you to a YouTube tutorial. Today, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that could be a first for VR Gaming. A future Apple head mounted display system may allow users to call up a contextual digital assistant to assist them …
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