Think of any Apple software or apps, and now think of it floating inside your room. That’s the power of Apple’s Vision Pro AR/VR headset. It’s taking everything Apple has to offer and slapping it into your reality. Got a movie to watch? Wear the Apple Vision Pro and extend the movie screen bigger than 100 inches. Too simple? How about you stare at your MacBook and the entire display floats up and gets bigger? Yup, that’s possible. You can extend and add more screens as you like and switch just by moving your eyes or head. You can add a virtual keyboard and trackpad as well.
How do you control all this? Well, your hands of course. Just as Steve Jobs booted the stylus, Apple had now booted all controllers that all AR/VR headsets use. There are cameras and sensors that register your hand gestures, head movements and eye movement. There’s also a dial (like the Apple Watch), along with pinch and grab gestures to scale and move content. The cameras on the headset can also capture videos and photos in real-time.