Dubai-based Caviar, known for its bespoke luxury-grade equipment, today launched the Apple Vision Pro Caviar Edition, also known as the CVR Edition. The Vision Pro is being touted by Apple as a “spatial computer,” and Caviar says the idea behind the CVR version is to turn the spatial computer into a designer piece of art.
The luxury brand has taken inspiration from Tom Ford’s flip-up glasses and Gucci’s ski mask to create the Apple Vision Pro Caviar Edition as “the pinnacle of technology and style.” do”.
Apple Vision Pro Caviar Edition and its protective visor are decorated with 06 K gold, while the headband is made of Connolly leather (also supplied to the Royal Court and Rolls-Royce), to guarantee a pampering and comfortable experience for the owner .
Apple Vision Pro CVR Version
Those who have read Vision Pro will know that Apple’s first AR/VR headset uses EyeSight, which shows the user’s eyes when the user is wearing the device and someone approaches The device feels transparent. While EyeSight provides visual cues to other people that you’re busy when you’re immersed in your environment or using an app, Caviar decided to offer a privacy option on the CVR version that lets users hide their eyes from the external screen because the company Find out that not everyone likes having their eyes on the screen.
Apple Vision Pro CVR Edition allows user to hide external screen from eyes
Although the Apple Vision Pro is priced at $3, 313, the Vision Pro CVR Edition is expected to start at up to $18, 900. Caviar will only produce 16 Apple Vision Pro Caviar Edition, scheduled for launch in 2019 675 The fall.