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Crowds marvel as man strolls through London wearing Vision Pro and walking Robodog

The spectacle is like something from a sci-fi film.
  • Videos are cropping up of the Apple Vision Pro in use
  • And now, after being seen in the US, “it’s reached London”
  • And this content creator is blending the real and digital world even further by walking his Robodog around the English capital

Published on Feb 6, 2024 at 8:48PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Feb 6, 2024 at 8:48PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

In the latest video of the Apple Vision Pro, this guy is wearing one as he casually walks his Robodog – proof if it were needed that it blends the real and digital worlds.

Since its 2 February drop, we’ve seen both honest reviews and satire – with some content creators using the new gadget along other big tech and automotive drops, like the Tesla Cybertruck.

The video was posted to X alongside the comment: “Oh no it’s reached London.”

It shows content creator, Zac Alsop, wearing an ill-fitting suit and walking the streets of London with his Robodog.

He is wearing his Apple Vision Pro over his eyes and walking his Robodog as crowds rush to take photos of the spectacle.

Touted as the tech giant to be a “spatial computer”, the Apple Vision Pro is said to “seamlessly blend digital content with the physical world”.

In other words: VR goggle-like glasses over your eyes allow you to see the world around you plus screens, apps and buttons.

Most were irked by something other than the use of tech, however.

One comment read: “Could have asked AI to recommend suit size though.”

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