Developers can now buy Magic Leap One Creator Edition for $2,295 (provided you’re a developer and live in the right US city). But what are you actually getting for that money?
Alongside the launch of the AR headset today, the Florida-based company finally gave a full rundown of its tech specs. It’s important to remember that Magic Leap is made up of three main components: the headset, named Lightwear, a controller and a companion device that powers it all named Lightpack.
As such, specs are broken up into three main departments below:
NVIDIA® Parker SOC; 2 Denver 2.0 64-bit cores + 4 ARM Cortex A57 64-bit cores (2 A57’s and 1 Denver accessible to applications)
NVIDIA Pascal™, 256 CUDA cores; Graphic APIs: OpenGL 4.5, Vulkan, OpenGL ES 3.3+
128 GB (actual available storage capacity 95GB)
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Up to 3 hours continuous use. Battery life can vary based on use cases. Power level will be sustained when connected to an AC outlet. 45-watt USB-C Power Delivery (PD) charger
Bluetooth 4.2, WiFi 802.11ac/b/g/n, USB-C
Voice (speech to text) + real world audio (ambient)
Onboard speakers and 3.5mm jack with audio spatialization processing
LRA Haptic Device
6DoF (position and orientation)
12-LED (RGB) ring with diffuser
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Up to 7.5 hours continuous use. 15-watt USB-C charger
8-bit resolution Trigger Button; Digital Bumper Button; Digital Home Button