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Here's how Apple's Latest Device is Set to Revolutionize Remote Work and Virtual Meetings

The Vision Pro is set to take the Zoom meetings to another level.
Cover Image Source: Zoom Meetings | Pexles | Photo by Anna Shvets
Cover Image Source: Zoom Meetings | Pexles | Photo by Anna Shvets

As remote work becomes commonplace, virtual meetings have taken center stage. But at the same time, the challenge lies in creating an engaging experience that imparts a sense of physical presence, allowing attendees to interact as they would in a traditional office setting. Virtual meeting platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Zoho, and others are innovating to enhance the connection among meeting participants. Zoom, in particular, is taking a significant step by introducing a new app that empowers users to express their personality during calls.

Image Source: Zoom logo | Photo by Smith Collection | Getty Images
Image Source: Zoom logo | Photo by Smith Collection | Getty Images

Zoom’s Vision Pro is the latest offering from Zoom. The application is designed to work in integration with Apple Vision Pro. Smita, the CPO at Zoom said, "Zoom on Apple Vision Pro helps teammates stay connected no matter when and where they work, or how they communicate and collaborate." In addition to that, the application is anticipated to increase productivity and improve collaboration among colleagues working remotely.

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Image Source: Pexels | Photo by ThisIsEngineering

The application will build the virtual persona of the user that would represent the user in the virtual meetings. The digital persona would mimic the facial features and hand gestures making it look real to the other participants. It would allow the users to scale up or down the environment to get the feeling that they are standing in the same physical place as their colleagues. The feature is quite powerful, enhancing a sense of connection with others.

Users will now have the capability to share 3D objects during virtual meetings, enabling a comprehensive view of the objects from various angles. This marks a revolutionary advancement, empowering designers to collaborate remotely and assess designs seamlessly, regardless of their geographical locations.

Furthermore, the introduction of Real-World Pinning enhances the virtual meeting experience by enabling users to pin up to five participants within their physical space. With the ability to remove original backgrounds, these individuals will appear as if they are all present in the same room, lending a higher sense of realism to the conversations and interactions.

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Image Source: Photo by Justin Sullivan Staff | Getty Images

The Apple Vision Pro, a groundbreaking headset set to launch on February 2, 2024, is expected to transcend the confines of the digital world, immersing users in an experiential journey without physical presence. Functioning as an extension of your eyes, once worn, the headset seamlessly integrates with your surroundings, offering a compelling and realistic transformation of the world around you. Priced at $3,499, the Vision Pro is positioned as a premium device, reflecting Apple's futuristic foray into revolutionizing the AI space.

The new Apple Vision Pro headset is displayed during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference on June 05, 2023 in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the annual WWDC23 developer conference with the announcement of the new Apple Vision Pro mixed reality headset.|Getty Images| Photo by Justin Sullivan
Image Source: The new Apple Vision Pro headset | Getty Images | Photo by Justin Sullivan

Anticipating a significant demand, the company plans to ship 600,000 units in the first year. Currently supporting 230 apps, Apple is actively collaborating with developers to expand the range of applications compatible with the Vision Pro. Operating intuitively through eyes, hands, and voice commands, the headset is designed to bring applications to life, creating other-worldly sensations. The Vision Pro headset signifies a monumental leap further in the world of augmented reality, promising a transformative and engaging user experience.