Magic Leap One Hand Occlusion

Magic Leap One Hand Occlusion

Watching the Magic Leap One Sigur Ros video and this excellent Magic Leap One demo, all made me realize that when interacting with an app using your hands, content that appears below your hands and arms position isn’t occluded. Now,

Magic Leap One Wishful Thinking

Magic Leap One Wishful Thinking

The Magic Leap One is here, well kind of, for those who can actually afford it. For $2,295, it reminds me of the early days of VR where users needed to pay around $1600 to get the Oculus Rift (inc.

Magic Leap One Launch Killer Apps

Magic Leap One Launch Killer Apps

When you release a new highly anticipated product like the Magic Leap One, you should have a great app to showcase its possibilities. Well, Microsoft has done it when she showcased its HoloLens AR glasses and Apple when it introduced