Apple Vision Pro slow motion at 2,000 frames per second

Normally invisible to the eye, admire the infrared emitters of the Apple Vision Pro headset in extreme slow motion.

After the ejection of water from the Apple Watch, extreme slow motion video specialists The Slow Mo Guys attack the Apple Vision Pro (click to see the YouTube Short), more precisely the infrared emitters located both outside and inside the helmet.

Infrared rays or how to see the invisible££££

As the infrared frequency of these emitters is invisible to the naked eye, a special camera capable of filming between 100 and 2,000 frames per second was used to view infrared rays. On the internal part in particular, at 1,000 images per second we can see the micro Oled screens flashing completely black images, during which the infrared emitters are activated to follow the movement of the eyes.