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Exploring Spatial Computing

Feb. 16, 2024 -

Currently, I am overlooking a lake at Mount Hood while writing this. I hear birds in the distance and see the lake calm, with subtle waves and some mist in the distance. Yet, it is fake, as I am sitting on our top floor, a barely furnished room full of items belonging to a family house with two young kids. I am using Apple's Vision Pro to explore what Spatial Computing can be. I am in awe; let me explain in this blog post.

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The projections appear so natural that my mind is really convinced it can touch things.
The projections appear so natural that my mind is really convinced it can touch things.
These windows are really big, conveying a sense of greatness like a statue of some kind
These windows are really big, conveying a sense of greatness like a statue of some kind
If you're in a virtual environment, the Vision Pro will warn you if you risk walking into something - which can be a real hazard if you're sharing the house with some kids, ha!
If you're in a virtual environment, the Vision Pro will warn you if you risk walking into something - which can be a real hazard if you're sharing the house with some kids, ha!
Not that crazy: display, keyboard, trackpad (note the hovering piece of UI above the hardware keyboard)
Not that crazy: display, keyboard, trackpad (note the hovering piece of UI above the hardware keyboard)
You can easily arrange a multi-monitor work setup like this
You can easily arrange a multi-monitor work setup like this
Writing this blog post at Mount Hood...
Writing this blog post at Mount Hood...

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