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Magic Leap is Selling Its First AR Headset for Just $550
It looks like Magic Leap is holding a barn burner of a sale on its first AR headset, Magic Leap 1, as the one-time $2,300 device can now be had for $550. As first reported by GMW3, Magic Leap appears to be flushing excess stock of the 2018-era AR headset via the Amazon-owned online retailer Woot. ...
Qualcomm’s Latest AR Glasses Reference Design Drops the Tether, Keeps the Compute
Qualcomm has revealed its latest AR glasses reference design, which it offers up to other companies as a blueprint for building their own AR devices. The reference design, which gives us a strong hint at the specs and capabilities of upcoming products, continues to lean on a smartphone to do the heavy compute, but this...
Meta CEO Teases Project Cambria’s Color Passthrough in New Video
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked a bit about the company’s upcoming high-end VR headset Project Cambria today and what it can do. The headset is still basically under wraps, however Zuckerberg showed off a bit of the experience of using the device, giving us a good look at Cambria’s color passthrough function, which allows it...
Reality Labs Chief Scientist Outlines a New Compute Architecture for True AR Glasses
Speaking at the IEDM conference late last year, Meta Reality Labs’ Chief Scientist Michael Abrash laid out the company’s analysis of how contemporary compute architectures will need to evolve to make possible the AR glasses of our sci-fi conceptualizations. While there’s some AR ‘glasses’ on the market today, none of them are truly the size...
Canon Announces MREAL X1 Enterprise Headset with Larger FOV
Canon announced its next enterprise XR headset, MREAL X1. The device, which offers passthrough AR, appears to be a modestly upgraded version of the company’s 2021 model, MREAL S1, as it boasts a field of view (FOV) that’s “2.5 times larger.” The headset, which is detailed in an English language video (seen below), is said...
Report: Microsoft Braces for Negative Field Tests of Military HoloLens
Microsoft is supposedly gearing up to field test its HoloLens-based military AR headset, however a new report contends the company is bracing for impact, as it’s expecting negative feedback from soldiers. Last year, Microsoft announced it had won a United States Army defense contract worth up to $22 billion which would see the development of a...
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