Magic Leap revealed in the work of the augmented reality glasses
Start-up Magic Leap has shared some details about glasses augmented reality One. In particular, the company showed a small video clip showing the operation of the prototype points, and also reported that the supply of AR headset will begin this summer.
Start-up company Magic Leap, which received about two billion dollars investment (including from Google), declassified develop augmented reality headset back in December of last year. Now the company shared some details about the device during the broadcast platform Twitch.
In particular, Magic Leap announced that the headset One in version Creator Edition will go on sale this summer. As you know, complete with AR points is the compute module, which will be located on the belt of the user — now the company has revealed that the module is equipped with a chip NVIDIA Tegra X2 containing three CPU — Quad core ARM A57, Denver 2 dual-core, and GPU based on the NVIDIA Pascal architecture with 256 CUDA cores, reports Road to VR.
In addition, Magic Leap revealed in the work a prototype of the glasses on the example of technodance Dodge (it shows in particular how the device recognizes gestures of the user).
At the moment, Magic Leap did not disclose any exact date of the sale of AR-glasses, no price. However, in February the head of the startup announced that the cheapest version of the device will cost about as top-end smartphone.