Why Virtual Reality (VR) & Augmented Reality (AR) headsets are here (to stay)
Its here and every tech geek is all over it, but the rest of the world is only hearing the whispers and ripples. Yes, in the tech lifestyle, nearly everyone is getting hyped about the new Apple headsets with devastating features coming on the market. The latest episode we have to share dives in, focusing on the Apple Vision. The blockbuster release is hot news, but the industry is just warming up. This episode is NOT an endorsement, but rather our effort to keep you in the loop about new and emerging tech on the horizon. Watch the segment below for more about the Apple Vision.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) headsets and technologies have proven to be more than just a passing trend and are indeed here to stay. There are several reasons why these technologies have gained widespread popularity and are expected to continue evolving and growing in the future.
With Vision Pro, you have an infinite canvas that transforms how you use the apps you love. Arrange apps anywhere and scale them to the perfect size, making the workspace of your dreams a reality, all while staying present in the world around you. Browse the web in Safari, create a to-do list in Notes, chat in Messages, and seamlessly move between them with a glance.
Why is the Apple VR so expensive at $3400? Its suppliers, assembly systems, and designs aren't yet optimized enough to reduce costs. The Vision Pro doesn't even use any of the existing operating systems; Apple states that it used the foundation of macOS, iOS, and iPadOS to create VisionOS for its AR/VR headset.
With the Apple Vision for example, it boasts Revolutionary dual-chip performance. Apple's most advanced Spatial Audio system ever. Responsive, precision eye tracking. More pixels than a 4K TV. For each eye. Learn more. TrueDepth camera. Light Seal.
This is just the beginning
We have more episodes to share in the VR and headsets sectors for good reason. VR and AR headsets provide a level of immersion and interactivity that traditional mediums cannot match. VR can transport users to entirely virtual environments, offering a sense of presence and realism. AR allows users to interact with digital content while still being aware of their surroundings. These technologies have the potential to revolutionize how we learn, communicate, work, and entertain ourselves, delivering unique and engaging experiences.