Meta Quest Pro
Industrial Design

M e t a   Q u e s t   P r o
Launched October 25, 2022




Lenses, Battery, Ergonomics
Pancake lenses fold light over several times, reducing the optical stack by 40% while showing sharper visuals. A new, curved battery on the back helps make Meta Quest Pro a more balanced and ergonomic headset.




Two-Strap Architecture
The headset's architecture has a conformable inner strap for stability and comfort. The headset is designed to hug your head for a secure and balanced fit. Touchdown locations were defined by universal human keep-out zones that tended to be sensitive to pressure.



Inside-out Tracking Controllers
Self-tracking controllers to prevent blind spots. Designed to balance on your middle finger for better ergonomics. True haptics, and other incredible fancy stuff. There's a Snapdragon processor in each controller.



Light Blocking
Open periphery provides for a better mixed reality experience. If you want to do full immersion, here's a nifty light-blocker.



Charging
Quest Pro comes with a dock which charges both the headset and the controllers in an optimized footprint.




Credits

Director(s): Peter Bristol, Scott Dallmeyer
Industrial Design: Quintin Morris, Yi-yaun Chen, Mauricio Romano
ID Architect: Brett Christie 
Packaging: Jon Rathbone
CMF: Byung Cho
Surfacing: Stephane Lepage, Peter Newbury
Visualization: Clement Balavoine, Tim Zarki, Yuchia Kao



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