|Basic specs||Price: $ 2,2951 956 €1,778 £241,739 ¥ The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.|
|Field of view (FOV)||40°|
Magic Leap One review
The Magic Leap One is a popular standalone mixed reality headset made by Magic Leap, based in Florida, United States.
Magic Leap has famously raised more than $2 billion in funding since 2011 to develop mixed reality, with huge technology companies and investment funds supporting the development of the Magic Leap One. These MR goggles are arguably one of the most hyped products within VR, AR or MR.
The wearable MR device features a tethered Lightpack, which is a trademarked high-powered processing and graphics portable mini PC. Lightpack also includes a power button, LEDs and a USB port that is primarily used for charging.
Features of this mixed reality headset include advanced eye-tracking. Therefore, the MR device knows where the user is looking and tracks their gaze, with even blinks serving as a command function for the user. Furthermore, user input methods include head posing, gesture controls and voice commands.
The Magic Leap Control is the name of the controller for the MR goggles. The controller includes force control and haptic feedback, therefore allowing for a better sensory experience. In addition, Control features a single USB-C port, a touchpad and LED lights to offer information about what the device is doing.
The mixed reality headset is available in two sizes: standard and large.
Magic Leap One main features
- 6DoF: offering a truly immersive MR experience.
- Interchangeable components: allows for better user comfort with replaceable browband, and the nose clip.
- Lightfield technology: enables lifelike digital objects to be seen within the real-world environment.
- Lightpack: allows the user the freedom to operate and experience the mixed reality headset untethered from a desktop PC.
Magic Leap One price
The Magic Leap One is available at the manufacturer price of $2,295.
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|Price The prices we display are estimates and can differ from the actual market prices. Prices vary by resellers and countries.||$ 2,2951 956 €1,778 £241,739 ¥|
|Field of view (FOV)||40°|
|Room scale The device is able to precisely position itself in 3D within a given room volume. Also called 6DoF.||Yes|
|360° tracking The minimum capability required to produce an immersive experience. Also called 3DoF.||Yes|
|Positional tracking Positional tracking allows the device to precisely position itself.||Yes|
|Built-in front camera A front facing cameras allows to see the real world without taking the device off.||Yes|
|Eye tracking Tracking the user’s gaze to improve image sharpness and detail specifically where the user is looking.||Yes|
|Hand tracking Hand tracking allows direct interactions with hand gestures, without requiring controllers.||Yes|
|Usable with glasses||—|
|Min CPU (Processor)||—|
|Min GPU (Graphic Processor)||—|
|Min RAM (Memory)||—|
|Battery life||3 h|
|Micro SD Card||—|