Magic Leap launches the Magic Leap 2-AR Headset for the general public. Prior to that, the device was only available through the Corporate Early Access Program. The basic version of the AR headphones costs $3,300.
The Magic Leap 2 is According to the manufacturerWeighing in at 135 grams, it is twenty percent lighter than Magic Leap 1. The new version will also be fifty percent smaller than its predecessor. This would make the device feel more comfortable during prolonged use. Magic Leap also offers a feature called Dynamic Dimming, which makes it easy to use the AR headset in rooms with very bright lighting. Combined with a diagonal viewing angle of 70 degrees, Magic Leap hopes that the AR headset will pave the way for the widespread adaptation of AR headsets.
Headset It features two 120Hz screens with a resolution of 1440 x 1760 pixels. The speaker is powered by an AMD Zen2-soc quad-core processor that supports eight threads and can reach a maximum speed of 2.4GHz. The GPU is based on the RDNA2 architecture. The device has 256 GB of internal memory and 16 GB of RAM. In addition, the Magic Leap 2 has various sensors on board, including RGB cameras, an accelerometer, a gyroscope, two magnetometers and two altimeters, to retrieve information about the environment.
The AR headset hasn’t been widely available yet. Magic Leap only offers the headset through an early access program that has involved companies such as Cisco, SentiAR, NeuroSync, Heru, Taqtile, PTC and Brainlab. Magic Leap has used feedback from these companies to improve its AR headphones. It is not clear what changes the company has made following the comments.
The speaker will be available for sale in nineteen countries, including Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The basic version of the headset should cost $3,300. The Develeop Pro version, which gives access to more developer tools, retails for $4,100. The Enterprise edition, which includes many Enterprise features, should cost $5,000.
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