If you are looking forward to using augmented reality headsets and visors in the future to help you with your daily life as well as let you enjoy more immersive gameplay.
You are sure to enjoy this short but awesome demonstration created by Magic Leap, that received a massive $542 million investment last year from Google to help develop their AR hardware and systems.
Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz’s recently described the Magic Leap system and hardware during a Reddit AMA, explaining :
“You can think of us as techno-biology,”-“We believe it is the future of computing.”-“is the proper application of technology to our biology that leads to the experience of magic.”
Which doesn’t give much away, but as you can see from the embedded video demonstration below Magic Leap is set to provide what looks to be an awesome augmented reality environment to both work and play. The companies website reads :
“An idea that computing should be shaped and forged to work for us: our life, our physiology, our connected relationships. That exploring human creativity is as great an adventure as exploring space.
It’s an idea based in the belief that people should not have to choose between technology or safety, technology or privacy, the virtual world or the real world.”
For more information on the new Magic Leap jump over to the official website for details via the link below.
Source: Magic LeapFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Technology News