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Someone told me 3 years ago:

 

"NOTHING will happen with the Metaverse until APPLE launches its luxury VR/AR glasses. They will probably cost around 3K per unit. Their stupid brainwashed fanboys will raid their bank accounts and immediately buy the glasses in their millions because this is Apple, the cult leader of the computing world."

 

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5 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Nothing to see here!

 

VR headset sales were down 58% this year.

 

The whole Metaverse idea was crumbling.

 

So they told Apple to launch the big one.

 

They are going to sell at least 50 million units between 2024 - 2027.

 

And that is enough to get the 1st Gen Metaverse going before we hit 2030.

 

We are going to be made jobless around 2030.

 

And we are supposed to hang out in their stupid Metaverse all day.

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45 minutes ago, webtrekker said:

Apple ... Rotten to the core!

 

 

 

 

In the promo video above it is all women using the glasses and looking delighted.

 

The design is also more feminine than masculine.

 

So against all expectations, this is predominantly aimed at female users sitting at home.

 

Tech like VR is traditionally 90% male user driven in the beginning.

 

They are flipping that and targeting the exact opposite dynamic.

 

There must be some reasoning behind it.

 

Its aimed at the most difficult demographic to reach with AI.

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4 hours ago, BFWLTS1 said:

Oh lord, it’s just all so… soulless, isn’t it? That genuinely could’ve been an advert for a new episode of Black Mirror.

 

That is actually a PR strategy.

 

This thing is a privacy disaster waiting to happen.

 

It tracks where your eyes are looking and captures your facial expression - its basically a camera constantly pointing at your face from an inch away.

 

It sees and records the space you are in - home, office whatever.

 

It tracks what your hands are doing.

 

It records audio where you are and recognizes voice commands.

 

And it is tethered to an Apple account, various streaming sites and your credit card.

 

 

So people don't understand the real character of this privacy hand grenade the marketing has to be as generic and featureless as possible with a hypnotic voice almost lulling you to sleep.

 

 

Apple users are so stupid and gullible about what Apple really is that 90% will buy this without giving a second thought to its ill effects.

 

 

So Apple is the single best choice for ramming the Metaverse up people's ass without them even realizing it.

 

 

Apple products cast a spell on their users which even a Sociologist would have difficulty explaining.

 

 

Their relationship with this utterly restrictive electronics company appears to not be based on any kind of logic or reasoning.

 

 

It is like Apple is one thing and its users see something completely else.

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5 hours ago, webtrekker said:

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SNOOOOZ just in,

Leaked photographic evidence has emerged detailing the 'who' and the 'what' of the 'why' of the habbening, Orwell has been more right over the last three and a half years than Trump has, speculation is growing that reality has violated copyright infringement to such a degree that reality must now be forcibly banned from existing at the DNS level, anyone caught with a pirated version of this reality is expected to face severe consequences of up to life imprisonment and fines exceeding anything of any known value ever to have existed, to which the FED replied "don't look at us, we just made it all up, we actually never knew anything at all of any value to begin with", 🤣

 

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11 hours ago, Truthblast said:

 

That is actually a PR strategy.

 

This thing is a privacy disaster waiting to happen.

 

It tracks where your eyes are looking and captures your facial expression - its basically a camera constantly pointing at your face from an inch away.

 

It sees and records the space you are in - home, office whatever.

 

It tracks what your hands are doing.

 

It records audio where you are and recognizes voice commands.

 

And it is tethered to an Apple account, various streaming sites and your credit card.

 

 

So people don't understand the real character of this privacy hand grenade the marketing has to be as generic and featureless as possible with a hypnotic voice almost lulling you to sleep.

 

 

Apple users are so stupid and gullible about what Apple really is that 90% will buy this without giving a second thought to its ill effects.

 

 

So Apple is the single best choice for ramming the Metaverse up people's ass without them even realizing it.

 

 

Apple products cast a spell on their users which even a Sociologist would have difficulty explaining.

 

 

Their relationship with this utterly restrictive electronics company appears to not be based on any kind of logic or reasoning.

 

 

It is like Apple is one thing and its users see something completely else.

 

And on top of all that ... the mugs are actually paying for it themselves!

 

 

 

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4 hours ago, webtrekker said:

 

And on top of all that ... the mugs are actually paying for it themselves!

 

 

 

 

It is said that a Vampire can only come into your house if you invite him in.

 

You have to invite this thing in yourself.

 

That takes seduction on the part of the manufacturer.

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Well I won't be rushing to buy one of these, that's for certain.

 

To be honest, I'd probably be interested in at least trying one for a bit, but I'm already betting that the 'experience' is nothing like what is shown in the promo video. 🤪

 

My eyesight isn't the best, and I already need strong glasses to look at computer screens and displays, and small print in books and stuff, so I wonder how these cater for 'long-sighted' people such as myself.

 

About ten to twenty years ago, I'd have welcomed and embraced this kind of technology, but I think like Google Glass, the novelty will soon wear off and this will be dead in a few years time. Once people realise how stupid/silly they look walking around everywhere with these ski goggles on. 😆

 

But like Google Glass, I think this is just another 'stepping stone' and no doubt someone somewhere is already working on an 'implant' that will do the same job by directly 'hacking' into your eyesight to project this stuff into your line of vision.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Well I won't be rushing to buy one of these, that's for certain.

 

To be honest, I'd probably be interested in at least trying one for a bit, but I'm already betting that the 'experience' is nothing like what is shown in the promo video. 🤪

 

My eyesight isn't the best, and I already need strong glasses to look at computer screens and displays, and small print in books and stuff, so I wonder how these cater for 'long-sighted' people such as myself.

 

About ten to twenty years ago, I'd have welcomed and embraced this kind of technology, but I think like Google Glass, the novelty will soon wear off and this will be dead in a few years time. Once people realise how stupid/silly they look walking around everywhere with these ski goggles on. 😆

 

But like Google Glass, I think this is just another 'stepping stone' and no doubt someone somewhere is already working on an 'implant' that will do the same job by directly 'hacking' into your eyesight to project this stuff into your line of vision.

 

I reckon these wares are loaded with mind numbing controls.

Eye movement is very important. There is something called EMDR therapy which depends on the lateral eye movement.

Babies, at first, can't move their body so they use their eyes a lot to look L to R.....right? This actually trains their body.

Also, when you are listening to lecture e.g. someone on a stage, the speaker shouldn't stand still in one spot because unless they move left to right etc....

the listeners will forget what's been told. It's something to do with the eye movement which makes you remember.

Eyes are an extention of your brain.

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On 6/7/2023 at 12:32 PM, Truthblast said:

 

It is said that a Vampire can only come into your house if you invite him in.

 

You have to invite this thing in yourself.

 

That takes seduction on the part of the manufacturer.

 

Not quite true but anyhoo.

Wouldn't fancy a bit.....very pricey for a start!

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35 minutes ago, DaleP said:

Also, when you are listening to lecture e.g. someone on a stage, the speaker shouldn't stand still in one spot because unless they move left to right etc....

the listeners will forget what's been told. It's something to do with the eye movement which makes you remember.

Eyes are an extention of your brain.

Oh, I always thought they're just poncing about. 

 

There's an actual reason for it.

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Does remind me of

"Daleks invasion earth 2150" made 1966 

old film with Peter Cushing where the mind controlled wear similar visors!

As well as all the potential for subtle mind control 

it's also wireless signal right up in cranium with all those implications too.

"Wear" will it end 

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Talorgan said:

Does remind me of

"Daleks invasion earth 2150" made 1966 

old film with Peter Cushing where the mind controlled wear similar visors!

As well as all the potential for subtle mind control 

it's also wireless signal right up in cranium with all those implications too.

"Wear" will it end 

 

 

They are already lacing the microwave via your BT lines, electricity and parked vans, boosters in the streets....so tell me why this visors won't?! 🤨

It's for your own good though so that you won't think clearly. You wouldn't know how it used to be because we are so used to this smog, mind control.

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