In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, what may seem unusual today often becomes the new standard tomorrow. This rings particularly true with the emergence of VisionPRO, poised to revolutionize the way we interact with digital content.
In 2007, then-Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer famously dissed the iPhone. He laughed at the price tag and the fact that the phone didn’t have a keyboard and so had no appeal for business users. Microsoft CEO said that Apple was making a big mistake on the device it called the iPhone. “500 dollars? Fully subsidized? With a plan? I said that is the most expensive phone in the world. And it doesn’t appeal to business customers because it doesn’t have a keyboard. Which makes it not a very good email machine. We have our strategy. We are very happy with Windows Phone devices in the market today. You can get Motorola Q series device for $99.
Fast forward to the present day, where over 1.5 billion people worldwide use iPhones, showcasing Apple’s ability to set trends and driving global adaptation.
As we look to the future, it’s evident that spatial computing, augmented reality, and 3D content are on the brink of becoming commonplace. These technologies are primed to usher in a new era of digital experiences, gradually integrating into our daily lives.
However, the recent launch of VisionPRO has sparked mixed reviews. Some consumers express disappointment in its perceived lack of utility and entertainment, questioning its ability to replace existing devices in their daily routines. Yet, history teaches us that transformative products often undergo initial skepticism before reaching mass adoption.
In my view, this presents an exciting opportunity for innovators, brands, and developers alike to explore the vast potential of spatial computing. With time and continued innovation, I believe that someone will crack the code within the next 2-3 years, propelling VisionPRO and related technologies into the mainstream.
As we embark on this journey,
So, as we embark on this journey, let’s embrace the possibilities and anticipate the evolution of our digital landscape. Who knows how many groundbreaking apps will grace the App Store three years from now? It’s an exciting time to be at the forefront of innovation in spatial computing.