$2.3 billion later, Magic Leap’s futuristic headset has the same problem as Microsoft’s HoloLens
|08/08/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Magic Leap is a secretive Florida-based startup that makes augmented-reality headsets.
- On Wednesday morning, it launched its first device: Magic Leap One. It’s a product that’s over six years and $2.3 billion in the making.
- The first media impressions were published on Wednesday morning, and they all point to the same problem shared by Microsoft’s HoloLens headset: a tiny field of view.
The next step after smartphones is almost certainly some form of augmented reality — at least, that’s what investors believe, to the point where they’ve pumped over $2.3 billion into Magic Leap, a Florida-based startup that creates AR headsets.
For years, Magic read more >>>