Can you watch a solar eclipse in the Apple Vision Pro?

The crowd was silent. Awed. They’d traveled from far and wide to share the experience. There was something about seeing it together, feeling small together. Some were with family and friends, others didn’t know anyone but for that moment they were not alone. They were a species, a congregation. One woman adjusted her glasses, ensuring the fit and the angle was set. A parent gently told his son to stop fiddling with the strap. But just as the event was set to start, someone swore loudly, disturbing the peace. His batteries had run out, just as the ads were starting.