Have A Happy Goggles With Your Happy Meal

That’s right. We might be on the cusp of getting a virtual reality goggle with every Happy Meal that you buy from McDonald’s. The program, currently being tested in Sweden, allows for the typical Happy Meal box to transform into a Google Cardboard type headset that delivers a similar VR experience.

Happy Meal VR Bpx

While there’s no official announcement of the Happy Goggles making its way to other parts of the world, we can still bask in the glory of having one of the biggest fast-food company shoving junk, not only to our mouth, but also to our eyes.

And if you do feel like it’s something you would want, here’s a handy video showing a demo of the Happy Goggles in action:

Source: Happy Goggles

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