Apple’s new Vision Pro headset is but a day old, but already it’s been spotted in public in several amusing situations.
Here’s what folks have been up to with their new Vision Pros in the wild.
Apple Vision Pro in public
Apple Vision Pro was released to the public Friday, and it’s already the biggest thing that’s ever happened in the world of virtual reality. Analysts estimated it sold a relatively modest 200,000 units out of the gate, but the headset is already popping up everywhere.
People are going to do crazy things with Vision Pro in private, but out in public?
Of course, in the isolation of the headset, Vision Pro users are blissfully unaware of the spectacle.
Here are just a few of the first sightings of Vision Pro out and about.
Vision Pro-ing in the crosswalk
Spotted in San Jose, California, this guy’s resizing virtual windows — right in the middle of the crosswalk. No need to worry about traffic. No one ever gets run over there.
Working out with Vision Pro
Spotted at the gym, this fellow is lifting and hitting the elliptical. But some people are suspicious: He can’t really be working out, or his Vision Pro would steam up.
Vision Pro at the mall
“What? I’m not making this up,” says the person filming this Vision Pro user at the mall, who like the guy in the crosswalk, is occupied with his virtual apps. The filmer sounds as surprised as if they’d seen a streaker. The guy didn’t walk into anyone, though.
Driving while spatial computing
This guy’s not technically driving: his Tesla’s in self-drive mode. No excuse, though: he’s still an idiot, and a danger to others. I’m surprised he had the cojones to make it public. He’s getting a lot of hate. Apple, of course, explicitly warns users not to wear Vision Pro behind the wheel.
Another Vision Pro at the gym
You can see that this gym bro is really working out, plus you get to see the gym from inside the Vision Pro.
Vision Pro unlocks a Tesla
The headset works with the Tesla app, allowing drivers to unlock their vehicles from inside Vision Pro. At least they’re not driving it (yet).
Crazy Casey Neistat skateboards, rides the subway and orders food
YouTube phenom Casey Neistat took his Vision Pro out of the streets of Noo York City.
Another loony on the NYC subway
Only in New York would subway riders ignore this obviously crazy person typing in midair on an invisible keyboard.
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