Reality Files, shared worlds, and eye-tracking, virtual puppets: Apple's reality distortion field is accelerating

"I chased a giant ball that wasn't really there with a friend. I watched someone puppet a hovering sun with their face, and speak through its mouth. I sat through sessions where Apple employees discussed the importance of Reality Files, which could store shareable 3D experiences that would unfold on command.

Apple didn't discuss augmented reality for all that much time on stage at WWDC 2019, but it was around in a lot of places. And what Apple has built this time around is stranger and more fascinating than what was summarized in those brief moments. I tried to wrap my head around as much as I could during a few days in San Jose..."

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