Magic Leap has its third Livestream on Twitch and released some specs of its first hardware, the Magic Leap One.
Magic Leap One has an NVIDIA Tegra X2 system-on-a-chip with two Nvidia’s higher-power-than-usual-for-phones Denver processor cores. The battery capacity of the headset has not yet announced but the company confirmed that it would be lasts for several hours and the power consumption is up to software developers of Magic Leap. The lenses of the device can adjust the brightness. The device includes built-in special audio and has six-degrees-of-freedom sensors. The headset seems to detect horizontal surfaces such as tables and coaches. It is similar to other AR devices which the user will not only imagine but it is actually in the real world.
The company announced that Magic Leap One will start shipping this summer with A&T, their exclusive US carrier partner. The price has not yet released and the exact date.