Fast Technology June 6 news, early this morning, Apple officially released the Vision Pro head display, as Apple's first MR head display, in addition to hardware and software performance, whether it & ldquo; is comfortable to wear & rdquo;, is naturally also one of the focus of the topic.
Now, 9to5Mac saysAfter the WWDC conference, I had the honor to experience the current Vision Pro and share my feelings.
According to reports, the setting of Vision Pro is quite simple. You only need to scan the face and ears with an iPhone 14 to complete the related settings of facial recognition and spatial audio.
On wearing, this product uses a breathable material and an adjustable headband.Although the weight is not light, it is also quite comfortable and not uncomfortable.
After turning on the device, VisionOS will first display Apple's iconic ldquo;Hello” message and float in space; then the main view, similar to the honeycomb view on the Apple Watch, will appear, using eye gaze to move through the grid of the app.
In use, Vision Pro relies entirely on eyes, gestures and voice, as in promotional videos.Users can select applications through their eyes and zoom, scroll or adjust the window by clicking, kneading and waving their fingers.
According to 9to5Mac, the current Vision Pro is quite mature in terms of wearing experience and feel, and although its price is destined to be not a popular device, it is perfect enough as Apple's first product in this field.