Finally, after several years and lots of funding, Magic Leap has unveiled its augmented reality system. Called the “Magic Leap One,” this creator edition consists of a pair of goggles, an external Lightpack computer, and a handheld controller. The system accepts multiple input modes – including voice, gesture, head pose and eye tracking – and maps persistent objects onto the environment. For example, users can place a virtual TV on the wall over a fireplace, and when you return later, the TV will be right where you left it. Continue reading for another video and more information.
“Magic Leap invited Rolling Stone to try out some demos, which include virtual characters that can react to eye contact, a floating virtual comic book, and a virtual live performance using volumetric camera capture,” according to The Verge.