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Introducing Apple Vision Pro: The Future of Computing Unveiled

June 8, 2023
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Apple revealed the future of computing with the Vision Pro which will make spatial computing not just a talk of science fiction but a reality today. It is the first breakthrough product from Apple since the launch of the iPhone. 

Vision Pro is going to emerge as a major new product within just eight years. The gadget is assisted by a headset that can be controlled by the user’s eyes, hands, and voice. Upon unveiling Vision Pro Apple CEO Tim Cook said, “it’s the first Apple product you look through and not at.” 

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Vision Pro can feature a 23 million-pixel screen covering the upper part of the facial portion, just like ski goggles. However, the facial interface can be adjusted to provide a comfortable fit. The headset is created using aerospace-grade alloys, glass, and fabric. It consists of five sensors, 12 cameras, and a 4K display for each eye.

Vision Pro is here to provide you with a version of augmented reality (AR) where your real life vision will blend with the digital world, just like in a science fiction movie. You will be able to switch from augmented reality to full virtual reality (VR) using only a dial. 

Apple has confirmed that Vision Pro will empower content creators to create content in a new way. Cinema lovers will be able to enjoy 3D movies and spatial sound just like in a theater. Vision Pro runs on the same M2 processors that Apple uses in its iPhones and Macs. It will use custom software called VisionOS, which is the first OS designed for “spatial computing.”

Tista Karmakar

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