After years of anticipation, Apple has entered the world of “smart glasses” with its revolutionary mixed reality eyewear, Vision Pro. While Apple is not the first company to venture into this field, the market has long awaited this move from the American tech giant. The device is expected to have a significant impact on sales, encourage other companies to enter and compete in this field, and ultimately accelerate the development of the industry. Competition is seen as a positive driving force that helps companies achieve higher productivity in non-competitive environments.
According to the description that has amazed technology experts, Vision Pro possesses unprecedented technological capabilities. Its production is the result of years of experience that the company has gained in designing high-performance devices and wearable gadgets. Apple emphasizes that Vision Pro is one of their most innovative products ever.
Vision Pro is a mixed reality (MR) headset capable of merging the virtual world with the real world. It is equipped with 12 cameras that capture the user’s surroundings in three dimensions when the glasses are worn. These scenes are then transmitted to the onboard processor, which aids in seamlessly integrating real and virtual visuals and displaying them before the user’s eyes in approximately 12 milliseconds, almost without any noticeable delay.
In a conversation with “Economy Sky News Arabia,” analyst and tech writer Alan Al-Qarh highlights the remarkable capabilities of Vision Pro in seamlessly integrating real-world scenes with virtual elements at an unprecedented speed. According to Al-Qarh, the glasses’ ability to achieve this rapid integration is attributed to its unique dual-slice architecture, consisting of the M2 slice and the R1 slice. This dual-slice configuration enables the glasses to display composite scenes before users’ eyes within 12 milliseconds, eight times faster than a blink of an eye.