The mixed reality headset from Apple is expected to be a standalone device with its own processing power and display.
Apple’s rumoured mixed reality headset.
Apple’s plans to enter the world of mixed reality (MR) with the release of its own mixed-reality headset have been rife since last year. It is now reported that the company will showcase the device at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year, according to Bloomberg.
The mixed reality headset from Apple is expected to be a standalone device with its own processing power and display. The device is expected to use a combination of sensors, cameras, and LIDAR technology to provide a seamless and immersive mixed-reality experience.
According to reports, the mixed reality headset will have a high-resolution display, with some sources claiming it will have a resolution of up to 8K per eye. This would provide a clear and sharp image, even when the user is up close to objects in the mixed reality environment. Additionally, the device is rumoured to have a high refresh rate, which will help reduce motion sickness and improve the overall experience.
The mixed-reality headset is expected to have a range of features that will make it useful for a variety of applications, including gaming, education, and entertainment. For example, the device is expected to have hand and gesture recognition, allowing users to interact with objects in the mixed reality environment using their hands. The device may also have spatial audio, which will provide a more realistic and immersive audio experience.