A key feature of Apple’s Vision Pro VR is, er, spatial computing it’s a headset Personnel This includes calls to people, Zoom meetings, etc. allows you to see a digital version of yourself. At first they looked a little scary, but Apple has improved them a lot in the latest release. Inscriptions in X noted by MacRumors. They are now more realistic, so users look less like impressionistic paintings and more like people.
After installing the visionOS 1.1 update, you will be prompted to download Persona again to get the “latest appearance updates” – this it seems with the partial headset off and pointing at your face. Most users feel that the updated Personas are better and look less blurry visually and more realistic to the touch, as well as having better aspect ratios.
So maybe it’s just me, but I feel like the visionOS 1.1 beta improves the Persona feature a lot.
Still weird and creepy? Yes, but I don’t look like Stalin anymore. pic.twitter.com/uYGUugHFSl
— Snazzy Labs (@SnazzyLabs) February 6, 2024
It should be noted that Personas are digital representations of users created by the data received from the sensors of the headphones and a new machine learning algorithm. They’re designed to be a “real-spatial representation” of someone, showing facial expressions and hand movements – so you won’t be a maskless has has has has has has been reached before.
If you need to do that, a similar feature called EyeSight shows other people a digital version of your eyes when you wear the Vision Pro. Apple still calls and provides Personas as a beta feature detailed instructions for best results.
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