Magic Leap remains cagey about its augmented reality, it’s apparently ‘Spatial computing’ – headsets, we now know a little more about what the company’s been working on, as CEO Rony Abovitz was recently on stage at the Code Media conference spilling the beans, or at least, some of them.
The Florida-based firm is hoping to launch its goggles, handheld controller and CD-player-sized wearable computer sometime this year, and it’ll come in a range of sizes to suit heads large and small. There will also be a mid-range Magic Leap One for creators.
You can expect to pay what a “higher-end mobile phone to higher-end tablet” costs for the cheapest model, explained Abovitz, and premium variants with better specs will also be available.
The company has also teamed up with the NBA to create a way to watch basketball games in augmented reality. It’s probably safe to assume that means you’ll get to place persistent screens around your living room, and see scores and highlights the way you want as well.
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