Prez Beta 2.0

By Philippe Lewicki / 31 Oct 2022

Topics: blog

Prez 2.0 is coming and available in beta on Meta Quest Applab.

A lot of new features and usability improvements.

Install Beta 2 on Quest

Prez 2.0 is available in Beta on Quest.

To install it on your Quest, go to the App Lab page:

Once on the App Lab page, scroll down to Additional Details, and in the Version, select Beta_2.0
That's it!, now put your Quest on, and in your library, upgrade Prez.
If it doesn't give you the option to upgrade, uninstall Prez and re-install it.

On the AppLab page, select Beta 2.0 in the Version Section.
Prez Beta 2.0 is for testing purposes.
It uses our staging server for creating presentations.
You will need to create a new account at

New Features

Here are a few of the new features on Prez 2.0

Prez new home page

Now when you open Prez, you can directly start watching one of the six featured presentations.  We rotate the presentation monthly for now. If you have an excellent presentation you think should be featured, please get in touch with us.

New hand and controller menus

Prez new menus

Now all the features are available directly in the palms of your hands.  

Background & environment editor

Prez new UI concept to position & scale the 3D environment

You can now upload a 3D model and 360 pictures to create compelling environments for your presentation. We create a new in-device editor that will allow you to scale and place the environment and the ability to rotate the 360 pictures.

New elements manipulations

We have redesigned the interface and logic for scaling and placing 3D models in 3D space. The new features are designed to make it easier and faster to place objects in your presentation.

Lock, Undo and Snapping is now available in the hand menu.


During a live presentation, you can send emojis to the rest of the audience to express your current mood or emotion.


Philippe Lewicki

Culver City

Immersed in the metaverse for the past 7 years, international technology speakers. Philippe is working at AfterNow creating the future of human and machines interactions.