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A new report says Meta is ready to spend billions to purchase Magic Leap, the developer of AR technology that competes with Microsoft HoloLens.
Peggy Johnson is leaving Microsoft to lead troubled Magic Leap, one of the first competitors of Microsoft’s HoloLens.
Magic Leap One is now available with an Enterprise Suite that aims to make the device more competitive against HoloLens 2.
Angry Birds FPS: First Person Slingshot will launch on Magic Leap One this fall. Developer Resolution Games claims the device was better than Microsoft’s HoloLens for using this title.
Palmer Luckey has written a heavy critique of the Magic Leap, accusing it of failing to deliver on its promises and using fancy marketing terms to describe old techniques and hardware.
The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is also sleeker than HoloLens and comes with interesting pre-installed apps. However, the battery life is an issue.
Magic Leap has released a technical preview of its SDK, giving non-early access developers the ability to start crafting experiences for the platform. A preview release of the headset is expected this year.
Magic Leap Lightwear is an augmented reality system comprising a headset and mini-computer. An SDK will land soon, with the hardware to follow later in 2018.
Unreal Engine 4.21 sports support for the Windows Mixed Reality platform, as well as improvements, to Oculus and Magic Leap. The improvements launch alongside a number of major features.
Microsoft's decision to spin off the development does not mean a reduced commitment to the toolkit.
HoloLens 2 will launch next month as a Developer and Enterprise edition, available through direct purchase, Dynamics 365 Remote Assist, and the Mixed Reality Developer Program.
Apple's Augmented Reality headset may take the form of lightweight glasses, able to pair with an iPhone to provide AR overlays on the everyday world.
Microsoft has done the expected and launched its HoloLens 2 augmented reality headset at a press event in Barcelona.
The nreal light is a new mixed reality headset that looks more like traditional glasses, providing a FoV improvement and less fatigue.
Google is allegedly working on a standalone Mixed Reality device will multiple hours of battery life. The headset could prove a strong contender to Microsoft's HoloLens, but it's specifications are not currently clear.
The patent application describes how a stylus pen such as the Surface Pen can be used to unlock devices via authorization gestures and to make verified and personalized annotations to documents.
The HoloLens-style devices will come from Acer, HP, Lenovo, 3 Glasses and Dell, with headsets starting as low as $299. They are yet to receive a set release date.
The device is reportedly an augmented reality unit that does not need a computer or phone to power it. Rather than focusing on gaming, it will seek to bring everyday functionality to users, therefore directly competing with Microsoft's Hololens.
Microsoft has the augmented reality market sewn up at the moment, but slowly rivals devices to HoloLens are starting to be announced.
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