What do you do when your new favorite car is two years off the road? Of course, look at Augmented Reality.
That's what an app developer did after Elon Musk's revelation by Tesla Cybertruck a few weeks ago. Anyone who wants to take a closer look at the Cybertruck can use the unofficial and non-Tesla app AR Cybertruck to experience Musk's vehicle first-hand.
The app is available for both iOS and Android devices Quite simply, you get an AR Tesla cyber-pressure model scaled to the truck's actual dimensions, so you can see if it literally fits in your life.
In the case of a YouTuber who tried the app (video below), he discovered that cyber pressure is just too big to handle to accommodate him in his garage.
Aside from using the app to test how the truck can (or not) fit into your world. It can also be used to see what it looks like next to real cars and trucks.
In addition to being able to check the size of the vehicle, you can also use the app to play with a few things, including Turnin g on the innovative rear and front lights, open and close the tonneau (the at the same time acting as a solar power system for the real vehicle) and lower the hatch.
After completing these bells and whistles, when the vehicle arrives in late 2022, Musk will confirm an option that will be available.
And if you can not accommodate the giant truck in AR in your home, there is also a handy "Mini" in the app. Containing a version of cyber-print that you can examine on your desk. If that's not enough, the app even has a controller that lets you drive the AR version of cyber-pressure through the real world. bones app, but with so many (last 250,000) spending $ 100 to pre-order the vehicle, there's probably a decent number of Tesla fans looking for it.
Just this weekend Musk took the trucks driving in public, but only there few of us are likely to get a rental car from Cybertruck from the eccentric entrepreneur, this new app may be the next best one until the original is finished.