A home environment is all I care about!
Honestly, though, route pinball isn't big in my area, so it's not like if anything with AR or even this transparent TV was introduced into pinball that I'd ever see it in person locally on route.
Besides, with the right setup, a headset can work on route. I remember a Doom arcade game with a headset at my local arcade in the 90s. You would just have to set it up in a way where it's not just a headset on a cord that can be tossed around. It would have to be mounted to some kind of frame in front of or surrounding the pin. Then there could be a separate screen that shows bystanders what the player is seeing.