Apple has officially launched its groundbreaking Vision Pro, marking the tech giant's foray into the world of augmented and virtual reality. However, Apple is breaking with convention by dubbing it the first-ever "spatial computer," setting it apart from traditional AR/VR headsets.
The Vision Pro boasts an impressive "display system" with a staggering 23 million pixels distributed across two micro OLED screens, each the size of a postage stamp. The custom catadioptric lenses promise unparalleled sharpness and clarity, delivering jaw-dropping experiences with wide color and high dynamic range. For users with vision correction needs, Zeiss Optical Inserts ensure visual fidelity and eye-tracking accuracy.
Powered by a custom dual-core M2 chipset and a cutting-edge R1 chip processing input from 12 cameras, five sensors, and six microphones, the Vision Pro ensures content appears seamlessly before users' eyes, boasting an impressive 12ms streaming speed – eight times faster than the blink of an eye.
Optic ID, a new secure authentication system, allows users to unlock the Vision Pro with their retina, providing an extra layer of security. The visionOS UI is a hands-free experience, controlled by eyes, hands, and voice, eliminating the need for physical controllers.
Apple introduced EyeSight, a feature that renders the device transparent to others, displaying an image of the wearer's eyes and providing visual cues when the user is engaged in an activity.
The Vision Pro also introduces a dedicated App Store for visionOS, offering access to a vast array of iPhone and iPad apps adapted for the new input system. FaceTime calls are transformed into immersive experiences, with life-sized tiles and Spatial Audio enhancing the audio experience.
During calls, users are represented by a digital Persona, utilizing advanced machine learning to reflect face and hand movements in real-time. The visionOS interface supports the Magic Keyboard and Magic Trackpad, creating a versatile workspace with a private 4K display.
The Apple Vision Pro transforms any space into a personal movie theater, featuring a screen that feels 100 feet wide and an advanced Spatial Audio system. The device supports over 100 Apple Arcade games with customizable screen sizes and immersive audio.
Equipped with Apple's first 3D camera, the Vision Pro allows users to capture, relive, and immerse themselves in memories with Spatial Audio. The device will be available in the US at a price of $3,499, with a global release scheduled for later in February 2024. Apple enthusiasts and tech aficionados alike are eagerly anticipating the next leap in spatial computing technology.
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