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Apple unveils Vision Pro headset with mixed reality settings
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Apple unveils Vision Pro headset with mixed reality settings

| @indiablooms | 06 Jun 2023, 01:39 am

Apple Monday launched Apple Vision Pro at the company's annual Worldwide Developers Conference.

The first mixed reality headset from Apple is equipped with high-resolution displays with EyeSight that allow a wearer to remain aware of their surroundings.

The device features eye and voice control support.

It is also equipped with multiple sensors and cameras and supports both augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technologies. The new mixed reality headset from Apple is powered by a battery pack that is worn by the user.

The new mixed reality headset looks like a pair of ski goggles with an aluminum frame and a glass display, along with a fabric-lined mask and strap that are attached to the wearer's face.

The device is powered by a discrete battery pack that is connected via a cable on the left side of the device. According to Apple, the device can be controlled via eyes, simply by looking at graphical elements on the display.

Users can also tap their fingers and use voice commands to control objects and enter text in fields displayed in front of the wearer's eyes.

Apple Vision Pro price is set at $3,499 (roughly Rs. 2,88,700) and the mixed reality headset will go on sale early next year via Apple.com and Apple retail stores in the US.

It is not yet confirmed when the headset will be available in other markets, including India. 
 

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