Today, we are proud to announce our first sports partnership with the NBA and Turner, ushering in the next generation of sports viewing and interactivity through the power of Magic Leap One and a newly created NBA App that will be available through the platform.
After years of work and billions in funding from the likes of Google and Alibaba, he has promised to start shipping devices this year. Magic Leap One is powered by Digital Lightfield technology and supports environment mapping, precision tracking and soundfield audio to produce great Mixed Reality experiences.More news: Scientists rush to explore underwater world hidden for 120000 years
This partnership will allow us to bring fans a completely new, intimate experience that has never been seen in sports.More news: Millions of Android devices infected with crypto mining malware
When asked if $200 to $300 would be considered a mass-market price, Abovitz said no, before adding that Magic Leap is "like.think higher-end mobile phone to higher-end tablet zone".
To justify the high cost, Abovitz suggested that Magic Leap could one day replace a consumer's smartphone and computer, as it would be able to handle both user interfaces and project what the wearer needed of each into their field of view. At the same time, he insisted that Magic leap wasn't simply doing another augmented reality headset. "When I went to Magic Leap, I watched a full court game right here", Shaq said in the video, gesturing towards the empty space on his right. "It sounds like they're looking forward to making that happen: "NBA SVP Jeff Marsilio said that the hope is to enable "[live] streaming on your coffee table as though you were a giant looking into the arena from above".More news: Our First Interstellar Visitor May Have a Violent Past
He also announced a partnership with the National Basketball Association, with an eye to produce experiences that could let you watch a miniaturized arena of players run the court in front of you, as seven virtual TV screens surround you playing the game from different angles.