Apple's First Spatial Computer: Apple Vision Pro
By: Ada Xin
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference this year on June 5, Apple introduced the latest gadget which mixes virtual reality with augmented reality.
The user will be able to use their eyes, fingers, and voice to play video games, watch movies, type on a virtual monitor, and much more. The Vision Pro makes all of these experiences and digital innovations seem very real.
The Vision Pro can make a video game as big as a bedroom, or float in the middle of a plane. Users will also be able to see the world outside their body, thanks to the device’s several cameras, microphones, and sensors.
Eyesight, a machine feature in the headset, shows the user’s eyes on the front of the goggles as they watch what is happening on the screen. Apple says the purpose of this feature is to keep you connected to the real world.
However, the headset is not cheap, considering all of its advanced features. It will cost around 3,500 US dollars, making many people feel that the headset is too expensive.
During the product announcement, Tim Cook, Apple CEO, said, "Just as the Mac introduced us to personal computing, and iPhone introduced us to mobile computing, Apple Vision Pro introduces us to spatial computing. Built upon decades of Apple innovation, Vision Pro is years ahead and unlike anything created before."
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