By: Jason Shen
Recently, Apple, a tech company, showed the world their new invention, the Vision Pro, a headset that can blend the beauties of our world with many other virtual worlds.
Using their eyes, fingers and voice, wearers will be able to play games, type in front of a virtual monitor, play with digital objects in their living room, watch movies on a massive screen anywhere, make a video game fill their bedroom, or summon a huge TV screen to hover in the middle of a plane. These all seem great, however, it’s not cheap, and comes with the price of $3375 USD.
A feature called “eyesight” at times shows the wearer’s eyes on the front of the goggles as they watch what’s happening on the screen. Some people think it’s a little creepy, but Apple says it helps keep you connected to those in your real world. These headsets each look like a pair of ski goggles.
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,” said Cook (the CEO of Apple).
Apple announced other new features at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in California, USA including tech to reduce eye strain in children. This might allow for kids to play for hours nonstop and not have to worry about having their eyes go bad.