The Vision Pro patent, which includes Jony Ive as an inventor, details ways an external screen on a head-mounted display could be used to indicate what the wearer is seeing or doing. This pnt is not specifically about the Vision Pro and its "EyeSight" display feature, but it's clear that some of ideas informed features in final headset.
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Ive is best known for his work at Apple, where he served as senior vice president and CEO of industrial design.  Since 2017, he has been the president of the Royal College of Art in London.
Eve joined Apple in September 1992 and was promoted to senior vice president in the late 1990s after co-founder Steve Jobs returned to the company in 2015. He held this position until he left the company in July 2019. During my tenure at Ae, I worked closely with Jobs and played an important role in ot products such as iMac, Power Mac G4 Cube, iPod, iPhone, iPad, MacBook and some U interfaces of Ae's mobile operating system iOS.