iPhone 15
iPhone 15

The iPhone 15 Pro can take 3D spatial videos for Vision Pro users

What To Know

  • With the introduction of the iPhone 15 Pro, users will gain the ability to create what Apple refers to as “spatial videos.
  • To craft these spatial videos, Apple is leveraging the combined power of the ultra-wide and primary cameras, resulting in the creation of three-dimensional videos.
  • Additionally, users will have the capability to share these spatial videos with fellow Apple Vision Pro owners, allowing them to virtually immerse themselves in those shared memories.
  • Apple refrained from delving into the intricate technical aspects of the spatial video recording process or the details of the viewing and sharing experience on the Vision Pro, opting instead to tantalize users with these capabilities as a glimpse into the future.

Apple made an announcement today regarding a groundbreaking feature for their upcoming mixed-reality headset, the Apple Vision Pro. With the introduction of the iPhone 15 Pro, users will gain the ability to create what Apple refers to as “spatial videos.” These videos promise to offer a novel way to revisit your cherished memories through the Vision Pro.

To craft these spatial videos, Apple is leveraging the combined power of the ultra-wide and primary cameras, resulting in the creation of three-dimensional videos.

The concept behind this innovation is to simplify the process of capturing videos by using the ubiquitous device people carry with them all the time – their iPhone. This approach ensures that users do not miss out on recording any special moments.

Apple’s iPhone 15 Pro will capture 3D ‘spatial videos’ for the Apple Vision Pro

In a demonstration provided by Apple, the iPhone 15 Pro was used to document a family’s beach vacation. The spatial video experience transports you back in time to relive those precious moments, as explained during Apple’s iPhone event in Cupertino.

Additionally, users will have the capability to share these spatial videos with fellow Apple Vision Pro owners, allowing them to virtually immerse themselves in those shared memories.

Apple refrained from delving into the intricate technical aspects of the spatial video recording process or the details of the viewing and sharing experience on the Vision Pro, opting instead to tantalize users with these capabilities as a glimpse into the future.

The functionality to capture spatial videos is slated to become available later this year, according to Apple’s announcement.