How to use Bezi on the Apple Vision Pro

Here is a quick guide on how to open immersive Bezi files on the Vision Pro. At this time, we're using the Xcode simulator of visionOS until the headset is released.

  1. Download the latest version of Xcode here via "Download SDK":

  2. Open a new project for a visionOS application in Xcode and start the simulator via the play icon (►):

  1. In the simulator, open the "Settings" app, then in the "Apps" tab, select "Safari". Scroll down to the bottom, and you'll see the "Advanced" item:

  1. In the "Advanced" page, scroll down to the bottom again to find the "Feature Flags" section. Turn on all the WebXR feature flags:

  1. You may need to restart the visionOS simulator for the updated Safari settings to take effect.

  2. Go to Bezi ( in Safari to access your design files.

  3. Make sure that "AR Mode" is enabled for your Bezi file. For files with environment colors or textures, you could use 99% opacity for now.

  4. That's it! You should now be able to run Bezi files like this:

Get started with visionOS

Start prototyping for visionOS, even without an Apple Vision Pro with Bezi

bezi visionOS template
bezi visionOS template
bezi visionOS template

Tutorial: Prototype visionOS app ideas
Apple Vision Pro not required

Prototype your visionOS app with our AVP template

bezi visionOS template
bezi visionOS template
bezi visionOS template

Figma Integration: Community Template

Get your visionOS template from Figma, and use our Figma Integration to sync your design in Bezi