Next up was a new fit of the so-called Cyberloupe “crown”. While the 1.0-crown shape adhered to EU-standards, the device would sometimes get in the way of the watchmaker’s tools. The new crown, however, is now more ergonomic, adjustable and comfortable for the wearer, no matter their head size. A seemingly unimportant detail, but at the top of nearly every watchmaker’s feedback list. “It’s no use if it’s not comfortable for the watchmaker,” Antonio explains.
Finally, the team installed new software in line with the needs of current and future projects. By integrating a new augmented reality function, relevant information such as a detailed assembly instructions can now be displayed in front of the watchmaker’s eyes. Additionally, there is now a set of red and green lights that indicates to both the watchmaker and outsiders whether the Cyberloupe 2.0 is taking pictures, livestreaming or recording at any given moment.