According to a recent study by experts at Stanford University, it suggests that Apple’s Vision Pro may ‘rewire’ the brain.
The new Apple Vision Pro headset has long been anticipated by fans of the company, but recent studies indicate that users may need to “rewire” their brains to use it.
According to a recent study by experts at Stanford University, Apple’s new Vision Pro headphones may have a deleterious effect on brain processes.
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The virtual headsets “caused visual aftereffects, lapse in judgments of distance, induce simulator sickness, and interfere with social connection,” according to research findings.
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After using the headgear for a few hours, one of the study’s researchers found it difficult to push elevator buttons and put food in his mouth.
Apple’s new VR goggles may rewire our brains in some unexpected ways.https://t.co/TzskJjHhj9— Business Insider (@BusinessInsider) February 11, 2024
According to The Daily Mail:
Apple’s Vision Pro headset could distort reality in new ways, generating a world that looks different for everyone.
In the wake of the Vision Pro’s release, researchers set out to discover what long-term use of a virtual reality headset would do to our cognitive functions, and what they found was alarming.
A team of 11 researchers at Stanford University and Michigan University took turns donning several passthrough headsets, including the Vision Pro, the Quest Pro, the Quest 3, the Varjo XR-3, and various night Vision Goggles.
The so-called ‘passthrough’ technology intermixes the real world with virtual reality that might be somewhat off-center from what we’re used to and can distort our sensory functions and how we move through the world.
Numerous Apple customers have worn the pricy headset in public since the new Vision Pro headset’s release.
Any presidential candidate who bans the use of Apple Vision Pro in public places will get my vote! pic.twitter.com/uILkNInos4— Pushkar Ranade (@magicsilicon) February 8, 2024
Repairing a car with Apple Vision Propic.twitter.com/rvXsa3OQCO— Trafficc (@Ttrafiicckaza) February 10, 2024