According to Bloomberg, Magic Leap ships its AR headset, which is expected to be highly anticipatedto software developers.
However, the device is subject to strict security restrictions and requires developers to keep the product locked in safes. Bloomberg reported that this rule has proved so burdensome for some developers that they refused to test the device.
In December 2017, not much is known about the One-Headset. Magic Leap continued to take such great efforts to keep its product under wraps that the headset was heavily speculated before its disclosure that it simply does not exist and is fabulous.
But the product is actually real and is a self-augmented reality setup that mixes holographic 3D images and experiences into the real world. The system consists of a pair of glasses, a hand controller and a "lightpack", which houses the processor and the battery of the system. Together, the device forms the space around you and tracks your movements in a world of mixed realities.
Magic Leap did not immediately respond to a request for comment.