Hi Tor, Thanks for generating that image. Very interesting to see. And good to know that Qt apps are indeed supported.
My question was also about full support for VisionOS, and whether there is a conversation happening about how this could become a target platform for fully-featured Qt apps (e.g ones that might make use of volumes or spaces). Cheers, Paul On Tue, 19 Sept 2023 at 14:06, Tor Arne Vestbø <tor.arne.ves...@qt.io> wrote: > Hi there, > > Existing iOS apps on Vision Pro work in “windowed” mode, where the app is > a floating window. This is handled by the OS layer, and should work for Qt > for iOS apps as well, e.g.: > [image removed] > Cheers, > Tor Arne > > On 18 Sep 2023, at 11:01, Paul Masri-Stone <paulma...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Apple have announced they will soon be launching Apple Vision Pro, their > new VR/AR headset. https://www.apple.com/apple-vision-pro/ > > Earlier this month, they sent out an email to developers to say that most > existing iPhone/iPad apps will work on the device. They also said they are > releasing an App Store for the device which will have apps developed on > visionOS. https://developer.apple.com/visionos/ > > Has the Qt dev community begun to look at this tech? > And are there plans for Qt to support this platform? > > Paul > > >
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