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Getting Started with Apple Vision Pro and Sample Apps

  • Learn how to make visionOS apps with Apple’s sample code.
  • Download the macOS Sonoma beta, Xcode Beta 4, and visionOS simulator.
  • Check out the Hello World, Destination Video, Diorama, and Happy Beam apps.

Apple Vision Pro and WWDC 2023 has changed the tech world. To get started with the new system, Apple has added a resources page to its developer website with sample code that you can download.

The sample apps offered are Hello World, Destination Video, Diorama, and Happy Beam. Each page has a short video to show you what the apps look like without having to build it in Xcode. You’ll need to download and install the macOS Sonoma beta, Xcode Beta 4, and visionOS simulator to get started.

Hello World is a 2D and 3D SwiftUI app that displays the Earth, objects in orbit, and the solar system. Destination Video is a multiplatform video streaming app that runs on visionOS, iOS, and tvOS. Diorama is an app that demonstrates how to use Apple’s RealityKit and Reality Composer Pro (RCP) to create an interactive 3D map. Lastly, Happy Beam is a game app that demonstrates how to build a simple interactive 3D game in visionOS.

These sample apps provide a great introduction to the technologies needed to make visionOS apps, such as ARKit and 3D tools. Chip Loder, a 30-year Apple industry veteran, former Apple and Sony employee, and author of 18 commercial Mac software products, believes that it’s a better time than ever to be an Apple developer and Apple Vision Pro promises to keep the excitement going for developers for years to come.

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