MADRID, Feb. 14 (Portaltic/EP) –
Memoji and the shared experience of content through SharePlay will play a leading role in video conferences through FaceTime in realityOS, the operating system of the mixed reality headset where you work Manzana.
The Cupertino company is working on a mixed reality helmet -which incorporates both augmented and virtual reality- that would work with a own operating systemknown internally as ‘Oak’, whose development has been known since 2017 and which continue to appear in upload logs from the App Store.
rOS or realityOS (the name that the operating system would have) would be SharePlay compatible, a FaceTime tool that allows members of a video call to watch movies and TV shows together. It would also allow them to experience music or games together, as Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman has shared.
According to Gurman’s latest newsletter, ‘Power On,’ FaceTime video calls would also show participants with their virtual representation in three dimensions, with the avatar known as memoji, and the helmet would allow people’s facial expressions to be seen in real time, as recorded in MacRumors.