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Apple Vision Pro: The New Era of Spatial Computing and Its Potential for the Robotics Industry - Zihao - Blog

Apple Vision Pro: The New Era of Spatial Computing and Its Potential for the Robotics Industry

Apple's recently launched Apple Vision Pro marks a significant breakthrough in the field of computing, offering a glimpse into the possibilities of the future. Immediately, our attention is drawn to an area with immense potential: the robotics industry.

Impact on the robotics industry

With the introduction of spatial computing devices, the prospect of remote surrogate robots has broadened significantly. Robots equipped with panoramic cameras could provide a fully immersive and realistic remote experience for individual users. With Apple Vision Pro, users can effortlessly work remotely, enjoying a seemingly on-site experience.

This means that regardless of where users physically are, they can engage in work, access, or communicate anywhere through a remote surrogate robot simply by donning the Apple Vision Pro. Space no longer imposes a barrier to communication, considerably elevating societal efficiency.

The boost goes beyond merely enhancing individual productivity, crucially, it may propel rapid developments within the robotics industry. The prospect of extending our physical and cognitive boundaries in this way is incredibly exciting to us.

Driven by this novel paradigm, it's foreseeable that the demand for remote surrogate robots will surge. In this new market space, robotics manufacturers will have the opportunity to design and develop innovative, advanced robotic products to cater to user demands for remote work and life scenarios.


What Apple Vision Pro means

Viewed from a broader perspective, the launch of Apple Vision Pro has, in fact, initiated a new epoch in the realm of computing technology. Just as the Mac ushered us into the personal computing era and the iPhone into the mobile computing era, Apple Vision Pro is leading us into the era of spatial computing.

In this era, space is no longer a constraint but an expanse of endless possibilities. We can anticipate that more industries will benefit from the evolution of spatial computing technology in the future, particularly the robotics industry, which could become even more advanced, personalized, and intelligent.


In summary, the release of Apple Vision Pro offers new opportunities for the robotics industry. It will drive the development of remote surrogate robots, deeply transforming our ways of living and working. We look forward to this innovative new era and the infinite possibilities it bring

---Reprinted from here


Publish Date: June 6, 2023 11:56 PM

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