Customers interested in purchasing Apple’s new Vision Pro headset may have to prepare for a comprehensive in-store experience, reports Mark Gurman of Bloomberg.

Beginning February 2, select Apple Stores in the United States will offer a detailed 25-minute demonstration of how to use the headset. This demonstration, which was initially taught to store employees in Cupertino, includes a face scan similar to Face ID setup and a fitting process to customize the headset for each user. The demo also covers interacting with the user interface, including eye recognition, gestures, and using the Digital Crown.

During the demonstration, customers will be able to experience various features such as viewing spatial photos and videos, and learn how Apple Vision Pro can replace traditional devices such as Macs or iPads by placing multiple application windows in a three-dimensional space. The demo will also show a selection of 3D and immersive movies and pre-loaded third-party apps to give you a full view of the Vision Pro’s capabilities.

For those who decide to purchase a headset, the process involves scanning their face and assembling the correct elements at the point of sale. While in-store trials are encouraged, online purchases are also available, with a version of the face scanning system provided before shipment. Apple’s intensive demonstration approach is seen as a cautious strategy for launching this important new product and platform, aimed at ensuring a successful introduction to virtual and mixed reality for many customers.