Application development with voice commands and without the need for coding knowledge; The revolutionary feature of Apple’s mixed reality headset
According to the claim of the publication information According to informed sources, Apple is working on new tools so that, in addition to developers, users of the company’s mixed reality headset can independently create augmented reality applications.
Apparently, Apple headset users will be able to develop an augmented reality application only through Siri’s voice assistant and without the need for coding knowledge. Users will then be able to publish the Siri-built app to the App Store for others to download.
Information says that, for example, it is possible to create an augmented reality application in which virtual animals move inside the room or around the objects in the room, without the need to design animations and calculate the movements of animals in 3D space.
Informed sources have compared Apple’s special tool to games like Minecraft and Roblox. Gamers can create a 3D world in these two games. It is said that Apple is using the knowledge of experts from the Fabric Software startup, which it acquired in 2017, to develop the software in question.
Apple already has tools for developing augmented reality content, such as Reality Composer on iPhone and iPad. Probably, these tools will also be used in Apple’s mixed reality headset.
The report of the website Information is written based on the claims of people who last saw the headset in 2021. Thus, it is possible that Apple’s plans have changed since then.
According to informed sources, Apple is seriously developing augmented reality content to make its headset more attractive to potential customers. Apparently, Apple is focusing on software focused on physical and mental health. One of Apple’s early demos allowed users to put the headset on and enter a Zen garden (Japanese rock gardens with a relaxing atmosphere).
Apple’s mixed reality headset is rumored to hit the market before the end of 2023. In addition to monitoring hand and eye movements, this headset has several external cameras and an operating system similar to iOS. Users will be able to use the Apple headset as a secondary Mac display.