Today this is a review for something very different in augmented reality - not a commercial product. The North Star augmented reality headset was initiated by Leap Motion (now UltraLeap) and became open source. They had a concept of an AR headset that would be controlled by the hands.
IntroOur office was one of the first in LA to receive a Magic Leap One (ML1) headset, and I’d had the chance to test out the headset for about 3 weeks at the time of writing this article. Despite the disappointing early reviews from various tech media outlets, I
Once we got the Magic Leap, we started experimenting with its features right away. When David showed me the eye tracking example, I was very impressed by its accuracy while looking at real objects. We then got the idea to create a version of heat maps we have in data
Magic Leap has been teasing us with the promise of seamlessly mixing the "real world" with computer graphics, aka CG. With half a billion dollars from Google, and possibly $1 billion more on the way, it seems possible that there's truth behind the hype. While a few lucky
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