Apparently, there is always room for improvement. This was amply demonstrated by a female YouTube enthusiast when she designed the world’s very first Pokemon Go helmet.
Many people are already jaded by playing Pokemon Go in the same old standard manner. Something new is always welcomed by the crowd of bored people who await their next adrenaline fix.
In order to soup up the playing of Pokemon Go, a YouTube enthusiast named Simone Giertz has gone ahead and created a Pokemon Go helmet. This will turn the gameplay into a robotic adventure that is indeed worth its weight in gold.
Simone may be a genius for all we know. She uploaded a video of herself wearing the carefully constructed helmet. The rationale behind this helmet she made was that it was made with a smartphone case so that anyone may walk with the phone held in front of his or her face.
Her reasoning is that you don’t need to interact with people while playing this game. In the brief video of this novel invention on YouTube, Simone can be clearly seen wearing the helmet in a bold and sharp manner.
Simone actually gives a sales pitch speech like she is a very competent car saleswoman. She can be heard saying that Pokemon Go is not just a game but a virtual lifestyle.
Then she goes on to display the world’s first Pokemon Go helmet. She dons it for added effect and can be seen smiling on YouTube in order to broadcast herself.
The selling tactics she used were very finely honed. She certainly shoots from the hip (metaphorically speaking). Simone said that the helmet was secure, reliable and added lots of personality to the demeanor of the person wearing it.
It is left upto the decision-making of the crowd who hang around on YouTube to gauge whether what she is saying is the truth or just plain hype (more on this later on).
By wearing this helmet, players will be able to catch the monsters buried in virtual reality by using their faces or tongues. Also this scheme leaves your hands free to do whatever you want to.
The options this opens up are limitless. They include learning something new, flipping someone the bird (a flippant and vulgar usage of your hands), self-defence and last but not least satisfying any itch that arises along the way.
Simone furthermore promises that this helmet that she designed will increase the consumers’ freedom. Yet by the time the YouTube video clip ends, Simone says something that is totally shocking.
She does not want to sell this helmet because she thinks it makes her look like a total freak. So much for novel inventions and discoveries!
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