After Years, Magic Leap May Have Its Promised Tech
But do the augmented reality glasses actually exist?
By Michael Harthorne,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 20, 2017 4:35 PM CST
Magic Leap revealed its augmented reality glasses Wednesday after years of secrecy and billions of dollars in investment.   (Screenshot)

(Newser) – Regular-old reality is so 2017. Next year, it's all about augmented reality. After years of development, Magic Leap revealed the Magic Leap One via an update to its website on Wednesday, Business Insider reports. The smart glasses—or Lightwear—will give users access to what Magic Leap calls "mixed reality"—digital graphics seeming to exist in the real world. Lightwear are equipped with six cameras to map their surroundings and are attached to a Lightpack computer and battery pack via wire. Magic Leap says it plans to ship Magic Leap One in 2018. Here's what else you need to know:

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