One of the highlights of Apple’s iPhone is a more intuitive interaction that can be easily manipulated with very low learning costs. Apple’s recently released Vision Pro headset incorporates gestures, eye movements and voice commands, raising the learning threshold and requiring some time to adapt.
Apple’s Vision Pro headset incorporates three types of interaction: gestures, eye movements and voice commands. Users can lock their eyes on the viewing position and use gestures to make selections, and users can use the microphone button to give voice commands or achieve dictation text functions.
In the latest unblocked Vision Pro headset reviews, many media outlets agree that users interacting with the Vision Pro headset through these three methods will take some time to adapt. While mainstream headsets reduce learning costs by holding the controller for the first time, Apple Vision Pro headset users need to learn gestures to control it.
Typing within the Vision Pro headset can be accomplished by connecting an iPhone or Bluetooth keyboard, and Apple also offers a virtual keyboard, with dictation of text as an alternative.