Quick Look

Built-in apps, such as Safari, Messages, Mail, News, and Notes, use Quick Look to display USDZ files of virtual objects in 3D on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Vision Pro. You can embed Quick Look views in your apps and websites to let users see incredibly detailed object renderings in a real-world surrounding with support for audio playback.

Examples with animations

Quick Look supports built-in behaviors and animations in the AR experiences you create. Experience the interactivity of Quick Look* in the For All Mankind: Explorable Objects examples below.

3D models

Tap any of the 3D models below on a iPhone or iPad to view the object and place it in AR.* Or click a model on Mac to download the USDZ file.

Examples with banners

Quick Look enables you to add Apple Pay integration or custom actions to engage your users. Experience the power of custom actions in Quick Look* in our models below.

Examples on the web

See the incredibly detailed rendered objects that developers have created for their websites using the USDZ file format. Simply tap an object below in Safari on iPhone or iPad to visit the website, then tap the AR icon to experience the object in AR.*

The Metropolitan Museum of Art has produced an AR model in USDZ format of a wooden deity figure (zemí) from the Caribbean. This model leverages the new ability of Quick Look to be able to play an audio track while viewing the model.

Zemí Cohoba Stand