Adobe’s Firefly, a generative artificial intelligence application, has been integrated into Apple’s Vision Pro, providing a specialized experience for VisionOS. Firefly, which is well-known for its text-to-image capabilities, gives users the ability to actualize their creative ambitions by producing and showing artwork on large displays, organizing images in a variety of situations, and promises future features like as wrap-around panoramas and 360-degree environments.
In contrast to the customary requirement of generating credits for Firefly, Adobe is providing free access to the text-to-image AI functionality on Vision Pro until the month of March. This move adheres to the principles of spatial computing and offers users of Vision Pro access to a creative platform that is exclusive to them.
According to a report by 9to5 Mac, Adobe automatically attaches and embeds “content credentials” to creations in order to guarantee the openness of the information. These credentials serve as open-source “nutrition labels.” Following the first of March in 2024, comprehensive pricing and credit utilization information for Vision Pro will be made public.
It is anticipated that Firefly for Vision Pro will be released very soon, despite the fact that it is not yet available on the App Store. The free Firefly plan offered by Adobe comes with 25 generative credits on a monthly basis, while the premium plan, which provides 100 credits, costs $4.99 per month.
During the premiere of the Apple Vision Pro headset, which took place on February 2, 2024 at the Apple Store in New York City, a customer was photographed trying on the headset.
Adobe Lightroom Comes to Vision Pro Too
Users are provided with a dynamic environment in which they may explore and express artistic visions in a unique manner thanks to the incorporation of Firefly into Vision Pro, which improves the creative potential of Apple’s mixed-reality headset with regard to creativity.
Furthermore, the native Adobe Lightroom picture editing program for Apple Vision Pro, which was introduced in June, has been made available to the public. According to The Verge, the experience of using VisionOS Lightroom is similar to that of using the iPad version. It features a simplified UI that is intended for hand gesture navigation. Despite the fact that it might not be able to compete with the desktop or iPad versions in terms of functionality, the visual presentation promises to make the editing experience more interesting.
Hundreds Line Up for Apple Vision Pro in New York
On February 2, Apple introduced its Vision Pro, the company’s first new product in seven years, to retail outlets in the United States. At Apple Stores across the country, you may purchase the mixed reality headgear, which combines virtual reality and augmented reality simultaneously.
There were two hundred people waiting outside of Apple’s main store in New York City before the store opened at eight in the morning, and CEO Tim Cook personally welcomed everyone of them, as reported by CNN. As a supporter of augmented reality, Cook has expressed his desire for Vision Pro to be a representation of the future of computing by combining virtual and augmented worlds.
During the product introduction for the Apple Vision Pro headset, which took place at the Apple Store in New York City on February 2, 2024, Apple CEO Tim Cook attended the event and engaged in conversation with customers. The Vision Pro, a headset that costs $3,499, is the first big product that the tech giant has released since the Apple Watch, which was released nine years ago.
A high price tag of $3,499 is attached to the headgear, despite the fact that it is quite exciting. A total of $4,600 may be incurred if additional accessories are purchased. These accessories include prescription lens inserts that begin at $149, reading lens inserts that begin at $99, a travel case that costs $200, and a power pack holder that costs $50.
The problem that Cook faces is to provide evidence to support the assertion that Vision Pro is “the most advanced consumer electronics device having ever been created.”Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst for Apple, stated that it was believed that between 160,000 and 180,000 Vision Pro headsets were sold during the initial pre-order weekend that took place a month ago.
In spite of the fact that delivery times have been consistent over the first forty-eight hours, which indicates that there is a sustained demand from core devotees, it is possible that demand for Vision Pro will decrease following the initial surge. This is a trend that is sometimes witnessed when new iPhone models are sold out.