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Gaming studio Rovio teamed up with Resolution Games, a gaming company specialising in AR and VR, to bring 'Angry Birds' to Magic Leap.
A group of Magic Leap alumni are making experiences for 50 pairs of smartglasses at once — and they’re working with a world-famous perform...
Marina Abramović, the renowned performance artist, is going to be the star of a piece premiering next February 18 at the Serpentine Theater, in London. But she's not going to be performing live — you'll need AR smartglasses to watch.
Andy Serkis says Magic Leap has gone from a Frankenstein-like contraption to the future of storytelling
Actor Andy Serkis has been working with multi-billion dollar startup Magic Leap for years and is now creating characters for its augmented-reality headset, Magic Leap One. He says Magic Leap has gone from a Frankenstein-like contraption to the future of stroytelling.
The company wouldn't be as successful as it is if Apple CEO Tim Cook and his executive team weren't constantly planning for three and five years into the future and asking themselves what computers could look like. That's why it just bought an augmented reality company.
The founder of Facebook’s Oculus reviewed the buzzy new alternate reality device, Magic Leap One, and it’s absolutely brutal
The first product from the Google-backed startup Magic Leap is "less of a functional developer kit and more of a flashy hype vehicle that almost nobody can actually use in a meaningful way," says Oculus founder and ousted Facebook exec Palmer Luckey.
Magic Leap has taken eight years and $2.3 billion to release its Magic Leap One goggles, but CEO Rony Abovitz says the company is taking on the biggest firms in the world and could use more cash to expand internationally and build other products.
Magic Leap’s futuristic goggles are finally launching — here’s how much they cost and how to buy them
The Magic Leap One Creator Edition costs $2,295 and will start shipping soon for people in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Magic Leap offers a taste of a future that's still not here.
People finally got to try Magic Leap, the futuristic device that Google and others invested over $2 billion into — and the results aren’t ...
After years of hype and billions of dollars in venture capital, Magic Leap finally allowed some media outlets to try its much-anticipated Magic Leap One mixed-reality headset. The reactions were less than positive.
Magic Leap CEO says critics can’t understand the multibillion-dollar startup’s technology without trying it: ‘You could never experi...
Magic Leap showed off some video filmed through its smart glasses on Thursday that received a mixed reaction online, so Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz took to Twitter to explain why video isn't the best way to experience the tech.