Apple Vision Pro | 19/10/2023 |
Apple's Apple Vision Pro headset, announced on June 5, 2023, is poised to revolutionize augmented reality experiences, taking the tech industry by storm. Of particular interest are the innovative features expected to be part of this device, including a potential new addition - the Apple Vision Codes. These could potentially act as scannable AR QR Codes, providing a seamless interaction within the Apple ecosystem.
Apple Vision VR/AR Headset: Redefining Immersive Experiences
The Apple Vision Pro headset will elevate the augmented and virtual reality landscape to unprecedented heights. Resembling ski goggles, the headset boasts 12 external cameras, lens-adjusting motors, and a button for toggling between fully-immersive VR and an AR view. This innovative product will be available to US citizens by January 2024.
Integrated with support for AirPods Pro, 8K resolution displays, and sensors for capturing facial expressions and body movements, these devices promise to spearhead advances in AR technology and applications.
The Origin of Apple Vision Codes: App Clips Codes
Apple paved the way for QR Code integration with the introduction of App Clips Codes at WWDC 2020. App Clips provide access to compact app versions, eliminating the need for complete app downloads.
App Clips Codes, which can be scanned using an iPhone camera, facilitate quick access to App Clips. This paves the way for myriad applications within the Apple Vision ecosystem, including AR-enhanced shopping experiences.
Project Gobi: A Glimpse Into Apple's AR Vision
Leaked in 2020, Project Gobi is an AR app reportedly under development by Apple. The app is designed to work with QR code-like tags, enabling users to initiate AR experiences directly. It is expected to provide additional product information and be integrated into both Apple Stores and the new AR headset project.
Gobi is believed to feature unique Apple-branded QR codes and incorporate new AR features utilizing sound and haptic feedback.
The Future: Apple Vision Codes
As part of the Apple Vision Pro Headset ecosystem and its new visionOS, Apple Vision Codes are expected to enhance user interactivity and engagement. While specifics regarding the headset's interaction with these codes remain undisclosed, it is anticipated that the Apple Vision Pro Headset will be capable of scanning and processing these codes, providing users with a seamless AR experience.
Apple Vision Codes have the potential to democratize AR experiences, making them accessible to a wider audience. Unlike traditional AR experiences, which require app downloads or website visits, Apple Vision Codes allow users to access content by scanning codes directly with the Apple Vision Pro Headset.
This streamlined approach can enhance user convenience and potentially revolutionize shopping by enabling customers to preview products in their home environment before making a purchase.
Adapting AR Code for Apple Vision Codes
As we prepare for the launch of the Apple AR headset, we at AR Code are keeping a close eye on its release and preparing to adapt our platform for the forthcoming Apple Vision Codes.
We are already leveraging the ARKit framework to deliver AR experiences on iOS and iPadOS devices. AR Code technology will adapt all generated codes for compatibility with the Apple Vision Pro Headset, providing users with intuitive, real-time interaction with 3D content.
Meta Quest AR QR Codes
Regarded as the direct rival of Apple's Vision Pro, the Meta Quest, which was recently released in its version 3, is also anticipated to soon support the scanning of Meta Quest QR Codes for displaying AR experiences. At AR Code, we have already adapted our technology to be compatible with the Meta Quest headsets 2, Pro and 3. The results are impressive, as demonstrated in the following video. We plan to soon integrate a QR Code scanning feature to automatically enable all 3D experiences created on the AR Code platform to be scannable by these Meta headsets.
Apple Vision Codes represent a groundbreaking step forward in the Apple Vision ecosystem, offering users a novel approach to experiencing AR content. By making AR experiences more accessible and convenient, the Apple Vision Pro Headset is set to become an indispensable tool for developers and marketers alike.
As we eagerly await the release of the Apple Vision Pro Headset in early January 2024, let's explore the multitude of possibilities that Apple Vision Codes and AR Codes could unlock in the realm of augmented reality, ultimately revolutionizing how we interact with and perceive the digital world.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Apple Vision Codes?
Apple Vision Codes are the company's innovative take on AR QR Codes, designed for interactivity and engagement within the Apple Vision ecosystem. They are expected to be used in conjunction with the Apple Vision Pro Headset.
How do Apple Vision Codes differ from traditional AR?
Unlike traditional AR experiences, which typically require app downloads or website visits, Apple Vision Codes are expected to enable users to access AR content directly by scanning codes with the headset.
What is Project Gobi?
Project Gobi is rumored to be an AR app under development by Apple. The app is expected to work with QR code-like tags, sparking AR experiences directly. It is projected to offer additional product information and be integrated into both Apple Stores and the AR headset project.
How is AR Code preparing for the Apple Vision Pro Headset?
At AR Code, we're closely monitoring the headset's impending release and planning to adapt our platform for the Apple Vision Codes, ensuring our technology remains compatible and ready for the exciting advances of the Apple Vision Pro Headset.
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