Apple’s new headset mixes the Virtual and real world
By: Callie Gao
Apple Vision Pro is the world's first spatial operating system that allows users to interact with the digital world while making it feel physically present.
On June 5th, at the 2023 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Cupertino, California in the US, Apple’s developer announced the upcoming release of a mixed-reality headset, called Apple Vision Pro.
Apple recently introduced a headset that sort of acts like a computer. This technology is groundbreaking, as you can play with digital items, watch movies anywhere you want, and talk to your friends through text, all just by using your eyes, fingers and voice. Apple Vision Pro brings a new technology that changes how users interact with their favorite apps, connecting with others and making many unforgettable experiences.
As exciting as this new technology seems, it comes with an expensive price, as it costs about $3,500 in US dollars.
Apple is also adding some features to the headset to make it friendlier to children and to the human body. An example of this is a feature called Eyesight, which shows the wearer’s eyes on the front of the goggles as they watch what’s happening on the screen. According to Apple, it keeps you connected to the real world.
During the conference, Tim Cook (Apple’s CEO) said that the “Vision Pro is years ahead and unlike anything created before — with a revolutionary new input system and thousands of groundbreaking innovations. It unlocks incredible experiences for our users and exciting new opportunities for our developers.”
Overall, the Apple Vision Pro headset is an amazing device that can be the stepping stone for many other technologies and innovations in the future. As the years go by, the Apple Vision Pro headset will become more popular and it will soon be used by everyone.