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Best Buy latest to utilise Apple Vision Pro

By Retail Technology | Monday April 22 2024 | UPDATED 21.04.24

Consumer electronics retailer Best Buy is launching a new Best Buy Envision app exclusively on the Apple Vision Pro that helps users plan their home technology setup

The app uses augmented reality (AR) to help you preview 3D models of some of your favorite Best Buy products. That means while wearing Apple Vision Pro, you can see 3D images of how a variety of different products will look and feel in your space before you buy them. It includes big screen TVs, large and small appliances, fitness equipment, and furniture.

“Best Buy Envision is another way we’re utilising innovative technology to humanise consumer electronics like no one can,” said Brian Tilzer, chief digital, analytics and technology officer for Best Buy. “The app allows our customers to see, in a lifelike way, how technology will look and feel right in their own homes, delivering an immersive and personalised shopping experience.”

 

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