Apple has yesterday presented the Vision Pro Headset, but kept silent about some technical data. So it was announced that next to the M2 chip the new R1 chip is also used. However, the height, width and depth of the device were restrained. Nothing was said about the weight. However, you can view the new Apple Vision Pro headset via augmented reality, for example with the iPhone. Placed next to a ruler, you can estimate the Vision Pro dimensions and guess how big the Apple headset is. If you are more familiar with it, you can certainly evaluate the values of the AR model.
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How big is the Apple Vision Pro headset?
The following measurements are estimates. I couldn't take measurements accurate to the millimeter. If you are familiar with the ARKit objects from Apple and can read the exact dimensions from the Vision Pro model, you are welcome to leave a comment with the corresponding values. Until then I have this (estimated) information for you:
- Height: 9 cm
- Width: 16 cm
- Depth (housing): 4 cm
- Depth (including light blocker): 9 cm
- Depth (incl. headband): 25 cm
This is how you bring the Apple Vision Pro home via AR
If you want to place the augmented reality model of the Apple Vision Pro with your iPhone or iPad in your own four walls, then you can via this website. It is Apple's landing page for the Vision Pro, where it is presented with different versions, images, animations and videos.
If you scroll down for a while, you'll eventually get the option to use the headset as a 3D model in AR. Tap on it and the camera view will be loaded. Wave the iPhone or iPad back and forth to let the LiDAR scanner capture the surroundings. A flat surface is best here. The headset is placed and you can look at it from all sides.
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