AR Code's 3D Modeling Apps for the Apple Vision Pro


Apple Vision Pro | 17/02/2024


Discover the revolutionary suite of 3D modeling applications by AR Code, designed for the Apple Vision Pro AR/VR headset, alongside compatibility with iPhone and iPad. The introduction of the Apple Vision Pro on February 2, 2024, marks a significant leap in mixed-reality technology. This device, powered by visionOS, combines advanced features like motion gestures, eye tracking, and speech recognition to redefine spatial computing.

AR Codes are Automatically Compatible with the Apple Vision Pro and its VisionOS


Apple Vision Pro | 10/12/2023


Welcome to the future of augmented reality, where AR Codes are setting new standards in the seamless fusion of the physical and digital worlds. With the advent of Apple's groundbreaking Vision Pro AR headset and our trailblazing technology, we're pushing the boundaries of what's possible in AR.

Apple Vision Pro Headset Details and its 3D Models USDZ & GLB via an AR Code


Apple Vision Pro | 09/12/2023


Apple has made its first venture into the world of augmented reality and virtual reality with the announcement of the Apple Vision Pro headset. This initial-generation device, now available for purchase as of February 2, 2024, is a standalone computer powered by an M2 chip, equipped with its own Wi-Fi connection, and features a 4K micro OLED display for each eye. It represents a significant leap into the future of immersive technology, and here is everything you need to know about it.

AR FaceTime on the Apple Vision Pro Headset


Apple Vision Pro | 08/12/2023


Apple Inc, a proven leader in technological innovation, is continually pushing the boundaries of digital communication. As we enter a new era of immersive interaction, Apple is set to enhance its FaceTime platform by seamlessly integrating state-of-the-art Augmented Reality technologies. The key to this transformative upgrade lies in Apple's latest device, the Apple Vision Pro headset, which runs on the newly introduced visionOS. Let's delve deeper into this promising innovation that is poised to revolutionize the FaceTime experience.

App Clip Codes and Apple Vision Codes: anchoring Augmented Reality Experiences on iOS 17 and visionOS


Apple Vision Pro | 07/12/2023


Apple has always been at the forefront of innovation, and their advancements with App Clip Codes and the introduced Apple Vision Pro Headset are no exception. The App Clips Codes, initially introduced in iOS 14 and further enhanced in iOS 17, are revolutionizing the way we interact with AR experiences and the digital world around us. Now, with the release of the Apple Vision Pro headset running on visionOS, these interactions are set to become even more immersive.

Apple Vision Code: The Future of AR and QR Codes on visionOS


Apple Vision Pro | 29/11/2023


The Apple Vision Pro headset, now available since February 2, 2024, elevates the augmented and virtual reality landscape to unprecedented heights.

Apple Vision Pro Headset: A New Era of Augmented Reality


Apple Vision Pro | 18/11/2023


On the 5th of June, Apple officially announced its own augmented reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro. The Vision Pro is a significant step in Apple's push towards immersive technologies, primarily focusing on AR use cases. The Apple Vision Pro became available to US consumers on February 2, 2024.

Apple has been consistently investing in Augmented Reality technology over the past few years and has already integrated it into several of its products, such as the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.

Apple Vision: The Future of Apple Augmented Reality Headsets

Apple Augmented Reality Headset

Design of the Apple Vision Pro AR/VR headset

The tech world is abuzz with the release of Apple's Augmented Reality Headset, but it's important to note that this cutting-edge device has now hit the market, becoming available on February 2, 2024.

The Apple Vision Pro Headset offers significant advancements over existing AR and VR devices. The headset resembles ski goggles and is equipped with an external array of 12 cameras to power both AR and VR apps.

The headset also feature small motors that adjust the lenses inside the device to optimize the user experience, as well as a button enabling the user to switch between fully-immersive VR and an AR view of their surroundings. Additionally, it supports AirPods Pro and utilize inward-facing displays with 8K resolution for each eye, along with an outward-facing display for the front.

To enhance immersion, the Apple Vision Pro Headset is outfitted with cameras and sensors to capture facial expressions and body movements, as well as short and long-range LiDARs for tracking the user's environment.

The Technology Powering the Apple Vision Pro Headset: ARKit

Apple's ARKit framework enables developers to create and showcase AR experiences on Apple devices. First introduced in June 2017, ARKit has seen numerous updates since its release. Apple has also filed patents for AR and virtual reality technologies and is developing their product called "Apple Vision Pro" that is incorporating these AR features.

ARKit provides several features and tools for building AR experiences:

  • Visual Inertial Odometry (VIO): ARKit uses VIO to precisely track the device's position and orientation in the real world.
  • Plane Detection: ARKit can identify flat surfaces in the environment, such as tables or floors, to create realistic AR experiences.
  • Scene Understanding: ARKit is capable of analyzing the 3D structure of the environment, including the position and orientation of objects.
  • Light Estimation: ARKit estimates lighting conditions in real-time, enabling AR content to blend seamlessly with the surroundings.
  • Image Tracking: ARKit can recognize and track specific 2D images or patterns, allowing developers to create AR experiences triggered by particular objects or images.
  • Face Tracking: ARKit can track and analyze facial expressions and movements, enabling developers to create AR experiences activated by facial gestures.

Apple Vision AR QR Codes

The Apple Vision ecosystem is expected to incorporate scannable AR QR Codes, as part of a project named Gobi: Apple Vision Codes

AR App Clip Codes Gobi

A preview of this technology can be accessed through App Clip Codes associated with AR content, and the Apple AirTags are small devices designed to anchor AR. It appears that the entire Apple ecosystem is transitioning to include more AR capabilities, potentially in preparation for an AR headset or glasses. However, until the company makes an official announcement, it is impossible to know for certain what features or capabilities the Apple AR headset may or may not have.

AR Code's Adaptation for the Apple Vision Pro Headset

At AR Code, we are closely monitoring the release of the Apple AR headset and are preparing to automatically adapt the VisionOS use for scanning the AR QR Codes generated on our platform. We already utilize the ARKit framework for displaying AR experiences on iOS and iPadOS devices. To use ARKit as a rendering AR SDK on AR Code, you will need to have an iOS or iPadOS device running iOS 11 or later.

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Frequently Asked Questions


When was the Apple Vision Augmented Reality Headset released?

Apple's Augmented Reality Headset, Apple Vision Pro, became available on February 2, 2024. This marks a significant milestone in Apple's journey towards integrating augmented reality technology into more of its products.

What are some of the key features of the Apple Vision Pro Headset?

The Apple Vision Pro Headset offers significant advancements over existing AR and VR devices. It resembles ski goggles and be equipped with 12 external cameras, small motors to adjust lenses, a button to switch between VR and AR views, support for AirPods Pro, and inward-facing 8K resolution displays for each eye. Additionally, it includes cameras and sensors to capture facial expressions and body movements, as well as short and long-range LiDARs for tracking the user's environment.

What is ARKit, and how is it related to the Apple Vision Pro Headset?

ARKit is Apple's framework for creating and showcasing augmented reality experiences on Apple devices. Introduced in June 2017, it has seen numerous updates and is expected to power the Apple Vision Pro Headset. ARKit provides features and tools for building AR experiences, such as Visual Inertial Odometry, Plane Detection, Scene Understanding, Light Estimation, Image Tracking, and Face Tracking.

What are Apple Vision AR QR Codes, and how will they work with the headset?

Apple Vision AR QR Codes are expected to be scannable codes that are part of a project named Gobi. These codes will be incorporated into the Apple Vision ecosystem, allowing users to access AR content. While specific details about how the headset will interact with these codes are not available, it is anticipated that the Apple Vision Pro Headset will be able to scan and process these codes to provide seamless AR experiences for users.

How is AR Code adapting its platform for the Apple Vision Pro Headset?

AR Code is closely monitoring the release of the Apple AR headset and is preparing to automatically adapt its platform for scanning all codes generated on its platform with the new headset. AR Code already utilizes the ARKit framework for displaying AR experiences on iOS and iPadOS devices, and it is expected that the Apple Vision Pro Headset will be compatible with these existing experiences.

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