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Apple Reality Pro acts as a video consumption device for watching movies or as an external screen for your Mac
- The Apple Reality Pro is a mixed reality headset that combines VR and AR.
- It features a face, eye and hand tracking system.
- Apple’s headsets don’t require physical hand controllers and offer iPhone-like 3D interfaces.
apple‘s mixed reality headset is reportedly called apple reality pro and run on xrOS. according to bloombergAccording to Mark Gurman of . Now Gurman has unveiled new details for this VR/AR headset of his, explaining how the device works.
The Apple Reality Pro marks the beginning of a new product category for Apple. This headset aims to create a 3D version of him in the iPhone’s operating system using an eye and hand tracking system. We’ve already confirmed renderings of the upcoming headset based on the leaked information.
According to a new report, the Reality Pro will be made out of aluminum, glass and cushions. It has a curved screen on the front, speakers on the sides, and a headband to hold it on the user’s head. It reportedly uses a modified version of Apple’s M2 processor and features a cabled battery pack the size of two stacked iPhone 14 Pro Max batteries. , users can carry the pack in their pocket.
What makes Apple Reality Pro special?
According to the report, the Apple Reality Pro differs from the competition in several important ways. It’s a mixed reality headset that combines VR and AR, has its own interface like an iPhone or iPad (called xrOS), and acts as a video consumption device for watching movies or as an external screen for Macs. Face, eye and hand tracking system.
An external camera allows the headset to track hand movements, while internally placed sensors track the user’s eyes. This allows the headset to recognize where the user is looking and display his iPhone-like 3D interface without the need for a physical hand controller like other headsets.
The Reality Pro will reportedly feature a Digital Crown like the Apple Watch. Users can switch between VR and AR. The headset can reportedly render a person’s face and full body in a virtual environment using FaceTime. The two can now converse in her VR, which feels better than Meta’s approach. However, Apple’s approach requires more processing power, so if three or more people FaceTime her, everyone will appear as a Memoji.
As mentioned above, Reality Pro also works as an external monitor for your Mac. In this mode, the user can see the display in virtual reality, but can still use the physical touchpad, mouse, and physical keyboard. It also allows the user to watch movies on a giant theater screen in a simulated environment, but the user must wear AirPods to get spatial audio.