Meta have filed trademark applications related to the metaverse, virtual reality and augmented reality.
Meta filed 4 trademark applications, tweeted trademark attorney Mike Kondoudis:
🚨🚨#Meta Platforms has filed 4 trademark applications for:
MADE FOR META
The applications were filed on November 3 and claim plans for a variety of virtual and augmented reality hardware, including wearable VR/AR hardware and electronics.#Metanewsroom #Metaverse #VR #Gaming pic.twitter.com/7i8hEicGU8
— Mike Kondoudis (@KondoudisLaw) November 8, 2022
Filed on Nov. 3, the applications plan to offer an assortment of augmented and virtual reality hardware along with wearable AR and VR hardware, as well as electronics.
The filings include solutions such as computer hardware for mixed reality gaming, computer peripheral devices, laser equipment for non-medical purposes, wearable peripherals for tablets, mobile devices, computers, cell phones virtual reality glasses, augmented reality glasses, smart glasses, wearable computers under the name smartwatches, wearable augmented reality controllers, motion tracking sensors for virtual reality technology, motion tracking sensors for augmented reality technology, and digital media streaming devices.
Other offerings include virtual, augmented and mixed reality headsets and headsets for playing video games, video game consoles, handheld video game consoles, computer game controllers hand grips and knuckle straps for game controllers, virtual reality interactive control mats and video game interactive control mats.
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