Barely released, the Apple Vision Pro is delighting social networks which are flooded with the first feedback from happy owners. Many people wanted to test the limits of this helmet while walking down the street, or even while driving…
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The passthrough of the Meta Quest 3 virtual reality headset represents a huge leap forward in quality compared to the Quest 2. This feature allows you to see the real world on the headset screens using cameras. When it was released, many people filmed themselves wearing it in the real world. With the launch of the Apple Vision Pro in the United States, whose passthrough is even better, the number of publications of this type on social networkssocial networks exploded. Probably a way to justify having spent six times the price of the Quest 3.
Some were content to show off the full potential of the headset, like this user who filled his living room with virtual screens, all displaying different content.
Use on the street
However, others did not hesitate to go outside. We first find more or less justifiable uses, like this man who finds his way thanks to a windowwindow floating GoogleGoogle Maps.
The Vision Pro can be very useful on the plane for working or having fun in complete discretion and on a giant screen. AppleApple in fact even the pub. However, even if it’s busy, it’s not really a good idea to wear your headset on the subway.
The publications fall into complete nonsense with this YouTuberYouTuber who skateboards in the middle of New York with his Vision Pro on his head. In his headset video, he then walks down the street, takes the metro, and interacts with passers-by and shopkeepers. At one point, he buys a donut, and lands a virtual butterfly on it, while the other customers look at him without understanding why this man porteporte a helmet on eyeseyes and holds his donut in itairair.
A man was filmed driving a Cybertruck TeslaTesla with a helmet on his head…
This is not the only one, since another user driving a Tesla was arrested by the police.
We also find a man in London walking his chienchien robot, which appears to be a Go1 from Unitree, a much cheaper version of the famous Spot from Boston Dynamics.
Fortunately, because of the very high price of the Vision Pro, it will undoubtedly be very rare to come across it on the street once launched in France. However, this may just be the beginning, as the Simpsons predicted…
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