CEO of Dark Slope Addresses The New Apple Vision Pro
Many Canadian tech companies say Apple’s new Vision Pro headset gives them hope that augmented and virtual reality products will become more mainstream. The headset unveiled Monday creates an augmented reality experience where wearers can connect with one another, conduct meetings, watch movies or even play games. The augmented reality component means users can naturally see their surroundings and browse pages or apps by looking in different directions or gesturing with their hands. Dark Slope’s Founder & CEO Raja Khanna stated that “…it is a rising tide that will raise all the ships in the industry” in a recent article from The Canadian Press.
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