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.
Intro Our 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,
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 people have
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