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Magic Leap One

Magic Leap One
  • Field of View

    40°

  • Resolution

    1280 x 960 px

  • Battery Life

    3 h

Description
We all want to live in a world of infinite possibilities. With Magic Leap One, you too can explore and interact with virtual content—no goggles required. Bring your digital world to life with Magic Leap One’s intuitive handheld controller and natural hand tracking. The headset itself features two high-resolution displays, spatial audio, and built-in speakers for an immersive experience.
Specification
Other
Eye Tracking?
YES
Front Camera?
YES
Built in Microphone?
YES
Voice Command?
YES
Battery Life
3 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Display Type
Light Field Display
Resolution
1280 x 960 px
Field of View
40°
Overview
Category
Mixed Reality
Model Name
One
Country of Origin
United States
Brand
Magic Leap
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the Magic Leap One
It’s real and it’s here — but does it live up to the hype?
medium.com
It’s not perfect — the device still has a lot of room for improvement and it doesn’t beat old headsets on all accounts. But it tries much more than anyone else, giving developers the strongest set of tools available to re-imagine computing. As it stands, the Magic Leap One is rich with technology, but still has flaws and unexplored potential.
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It’s not a leap, but a step
skarredghost.com
I have mixed impressions on Magic Leap. For sure it is not a disruptive evolution of AR/MR, so there’s no need to rush to buy it, but it is also a nice devkit. Personally, I’ll continue waiting some months to observe the evolutions of augmented reality, both on the smartphone side and on the glasses side, where in the next months we should see something coming from Microsoft, Samsung, and Apple. This will let also give the time to Magic Leap to fix all the software flaws of its device. So, if you are not in a hurry, my advice is to wait.
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I TRIED MAGIC LEAP AND SAW A FLAWED GLIMPSE OF MIXED REALITY’S AMAZING POTENTIAL
theverge.com
Whether or not it’s cooler than most people think, the Magic Leap One is cooler than the vast majority of mixed reality in 2018. But it still seems a long way from realizing the promise of the medium — and it hasn’t shown that it can bridge that gap.
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The fabled AR headset is real, and it's available now
cnet.com
Augmented reality jumped into the mainstream in 2017 thanks to fun demos on iPhones and Google's Pixel phones, but Magic Leap's sudden reveal points to bigger things happening next year. With a few years of VR having trained creators on how to develop virtual tools, maybe Magic Leap's approach to new mixed-reality interfaces and experiences are exactly where AR, VR and MR need to go next.
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A leap into the future?
techradar.com
For now, and given its price, the Magic Leap One could hardly be described as a compelling purchase. But if enough developers get on board, and the technology becomes cheap enough to get into more consumers’ hands – and in countries other than the US – it may yet prove worthwhile.
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Magic Leap One Preview
pcmag.com
The Magic Leap One headset shows the potential of 3D-mapped augmented reality displayed through clear lenses, but like the Microsoft HoloLens, it's purely development hardware for the earliest of adopters.
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A Small Step for AR, a Giant Leap for AR Kind
uctoday.com
Saying that it’s still one of the best mixed reality experiences on the market today, and certainly the most comfortable. The Magic Leap One is an insight into the true potential of mixed reality headsets, and an example of what we can expect going forward.
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