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'What Could Possibly Go Wrong': Man Recorded Driving Wearing Apple Vision Pro Headset

The long-awaited Apple Vision Pro mixed-reality headset is out now in the U.S. and some of the early adopters are already finding unique ways to use the device.


Credits: Daily Mail

Apple touted that the Vision Pro is designed to usher in "the era of spatial computing", which allows users to blend digital content with their physical space. Some, however, are perhaps giving "spatial computing" a new meaning, bringing and using the headset with them in public places.


For those unfamiliar, the Vision Pro doesn't need to be tethered to any other device. It can function on its own, granted it's connected to the battery pack, which the user has to carry with them.


One owner, for example, was caught on video using the Vision Pro while riding the subway. The owner is seen making gestures using his hands, which is a feature of the headset. Users can, for instance, tap their fingers together to make a selection or gently flick to scroll. While the headset likely works best at home and in enclosed indoor environments, this user is proving that it can also be used while commuting.

Another Vision Pro owner took it a notch further, having been recorded driving in a public road while wearing the headset. As to what the driver is doing exactly with the headset while driving is unknown. "What could possibly go wrong," ironically commented one TikTok user. According to Daily Mail, the man was pulled over by the police, though other details apart from that are sparse.


Meanwhile, TikTok and YouTube user StrictlyApple is putting the Vision Pro through its paces, conducting drop tests to measure the durability of the headset. Not a lot of owners likely want to drop their headsets though, considering the limited supply and the steep price.


The Apple Vision Pro is out now in the U.S. for the starting price of $3,499.

 
  • Some Apple Vision Pro early adopters are giving "spatial computing" a new meaning, bringing and using the headset with them in public places.

  • One owner was caught using the headset in the subway and another while driving.

  • TikTok and YouTube user StrictlyApple, meanwhile, put the Vision Pro through its paces, conducting drop tests to measure the durability of the headset.

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