Magic Leap updated its website on Wednesday morning, revealing its highly anticipated augmented-reality smart glasses for the first time.
Billed as the Magic Leap One Creator Edition, the smart glasses feature an array of sensors on the front, connected via a wire to a battery and computing pack designed to be worn on the belt, matching the details first reported by Business Insider earlier this year. A wireless controller is used as input.
Magic Leap’s glasses will integrate computer graphics into the real world, a technology often called “augmented reality” by other companies. Magic Leap calls its technology “mixed reality.”
Magic Leap is calling its glasses Lightwear, the battery pack Lightpack, and the controller is called Control.