Yesterday the hugely anticipated launch of the new Magic Leap One augmented and virtual reality headset took place. With Magic Leap making available the The Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset aimed at developers, creators and explorers, priced at $2,295. If you are wondering what all the hype has been about check out the first hands-on review by Adi Robertson over at The Verge, who was been able to put the new Magic Leap One headset and new apps through their paces.
As well as the hardware Magic Leap are also making available a few applications and experiences together with a set of core applications that make up the foundation of the company’s spatial computing platform. While in the box you will find the Magic Leap Lightwear headset, Lightpack computing pack, Control handheld input device, a Fit Kit to ensure a perfectly calibrated fit, chargers, and a handy Quick Start Guide.
“Magic Leap One Creator Edition is a spatial computing system that brings digital content to life here in the real world with us. Its unique design and technology lets in natural light waves together with softly layered synthetic lightfields, enabling creators to build unbelievably believable interactive experiences and create worlds within our world. And this is just the beginning.”
For more information, full specifications and to order your Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset priced at $2,295 jump over to the official Magic Leap website by following the link below.
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