Magic Leap brings its AR goggles to NBA games

After years spent in stealth mode, Magic Leap finally revealed its augmented reality (AR) goggles in December last year, and bit by bit we're gaining a clearer picture of the headset's functionality. The company has today announced a new partnership with the NBA, which will enable sports fans to view augmented replays of on-court action in three dimensions... Continue Reading Magic Leap brings its AR goggles to NBA games Category: VR Tags: Augmented Reality Magic Leap NBA Sports VR Related Articles: Magic Leap finally reveals its AR goggles, coming in 2018 iPhone-powered Mira Prism is the cheapest way into AR yet Cimagine's enhanced augmented reality engine allows for multiple object placement ONR's augmented reality glasses turns golf course into a virtual battlefield

Magic Leap brings its AR goggles to NBA games

After years spent in stealth mode, Magic Leap finally revealed its augmented reality (AR) goggles in December last year, and bit by bit we're gaining a clearer picture of the headset's ...

Wed 14 Feb 18 from Gizmag

Magic Leap and NBA team up to change the way you watch basketball

What if you could watch a basketball game literally anywhere? The NBA wants to make that happen by partnering with augmented reality startup Magic Leap to create AR glasses that allow people ...

Wed 14 Feb 18 from Techspot

Magic Leap set to bring mixed-reality tech to the mobile world - CNET

CEO Rony Abovitz says the secretive company will announce a mobile partnership with a "major" telecommunications company later this year.

Wed 14 Feb 18 from CNET

Magic Leap's AR headsets will start at around $1,000

Magic Leap is spilling more and more of its secrets as it gets nearer to releasing its first mixed reality headset this year. At Recode's annual Code Media conference, Magic Leap ...

Tue 13 Feb 18 from Engadget

Magic Leap's pricing will cost you what a premium computer does - CNET

Magic Leap won't detail pricing until it releases its Magic Leap One later this year, but it will set you back about the amount that a high-end desktop would.

Tue 13 Feb 18 from CNET Cutting Edge

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