Revealed: Magic Leap 'Deep SLAM' Mixed Reality Glasses

Magic Leap recently revealed a new machine vision technique for its long awaited standalone #AR headset. Edgy Labs sorts through the rumors and looks at what's on the horizon for mainstream Mixed Reality entertainment. After about six years of existence, 4.5 billion dollars of market valuation and one eye-popping marketing campaign, what does Magic Leap really have in store? 6 Years and $1.4 B later, Still no Product in Sight? Magic Leap initially wowed us with its mixed reality tech that would allow superimposing 3D elements on to the user's environment in real-time. Reminiscent of Microsoft’s marketing approach for the Hololens, [Read More]

Summary… * Machine-Made


Edgy Labs sorts through the rumors and looks at what’s on the horizon for mainstream Mixed Reality entertainment.
Magic Leap initially wowed us with its mixed reality tech that would allow superimposing 3D elements on to the user’s environment in real-time.
The result, according to Magic Leap is a system that’s “fast and lean, easily running 30+ FPS on a single CPU.
Click To TweetMagic Leap Mixed Reality GlassesWhile the ultra-secretive company still doesn’t seem ready to market its Mixed Reality (#MR) glasses, it is, however, showing signs of advancement contrary to impatient criticism.
Are you still stoked for whatever Magic Leap has in store, or are you sick of waiting?

Opinion… * Man-Made


Will the Mixed Reality Glasses of Magic Leap launch us into an #AR world previously only seen in Sci-Fi. #MR #Trend

Source: Edgylabsdotcom