Vision Prototypes

Reimagine your product for the age of Spatial Computing

Apple's latest platform is here. It dissolves the borders between the physical and digital more than anything that came before.

This has exciting implications for how we design products, but it also means we're sailing off the edge of the map. This transition requires new approaches to existing interaction patterns.

Luckily, building for this platform can leverage your team's existing iOS code and experience. The tough part is figuring out where to start.

Stay ahead of the curve with Vision Prototypes. You'll get a rapid, custom-built prototype of your product written with SwiftUI for visionOS.

Buy a one week prototyping sprint

We'll start by talking through your existing product and features, exploring how they can be adapted for this exciting new approach to user interaction.

Then we'll agree on a scope for the interactions and features you're most keen to explore and de-risk.

After that, you'll get a chance to review in-progress builds of the prototype and provide feedback. At the end of the sprint, you'll have an interactive demo session where we can talk about the results and discuss how to integrate the prototype findings into your planning.

You'll get real insights about how much work is in front of you to bring your product to visionOS. You'll also get a head start, with a prototype that can be used to guide your team's planning and resourcing.

About your prototyping partner

Danilo Campos

I'm Danilo Campos. I began building for Apple platforms more than 16 years ago, with just a bookstore copy of Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X and a dream. Since then, I've had multiple products featured on the front page of the App Store, and my work on Hipmunk was featured in Apple Stores across the US. I've led mobile for multiple venture-funded startups, been a consultant for plenty more, and I know how to ship. My specialty is the cross-functional work, from design to code, needed to bring a technical product to life.

I'm excited to break ground with you on this new frontier of computing.

Learn more about the move to Spatial Computing

Vision Pro is not the iPhone

The appropriate historical parallel is the early days of the Macintosh and CD-ROMs. Except... there's more internet in the mix.

Economics of Vision Pro Development

Unlike previous entries to the space of augmented or virtual reality, Vision Pro ships with a raft of libraries and frameworks for every sort of computing productivity application. Not to mention millions of developers who already know how to use them.

Why 'Spatial Computing'

Apple put us on notice last year that we're on the threshold of a new computing paradigm. The era of ostrich malarkey is at an end.

Leviathan Wakes: the case for Apple's Vision Pro

After years of quiet work beneath the surface, Apple's AR project is upon us, barely at the border of the technologically possible. It's our best chance yet to explore a future beyond fixed displays.