As announced at the time of its formal launch late previous year, the Magic Leap One goggles offer six degrees of freedom (6DoF) through the bundled Control, which offers force control as well as haptic feedback.
"Together with the MR experts at Magic Leap, Wayfair has developed a completely new way to shop for home with a spatial browsing experience that will shape the next evolution of retail".
Gamasutra recently spent some time using the headset and talking to the folks that built it, and you can read all about it if you're looking for more details about how it works and what it means for game devs.More news: Samsung Galaxy Watch review (early verdict): the Gear S3 successor has arrived
The company on Wednesday announced that its Magic Leap One headset is available now in the U.S. However, the device, which costs a whopping $2,295, is only available in "limited quantities", Magic Leap said in a statement.
Officially called the Magic Leap One Creator Edition, it's a mixed reality headset from startup Magic Leap. It's also only available to developers in six markets in the U.S. The Lightpack features an Nvidia Tegra X2 mobile chipset, 8GB of memory, 128GB of storage, and a battery that'll last three hours and charges over USB-C.
Tónandi is a collaboration between Icelandic avant-rock band Sigur Rós and Magic Leap Studios to create an audio-visual experience that inserts pulsing manifestations into the user's vision. Magic Leap is connected via its own web browser called Helio, and is powered by its own operating system, dubbed LuminOS, the post noted.
From today, tech fans can order the Creator Edition of the One headset for $2,295 (£1,785), which includes free delivery and "help setting the system up and fitting the headset", The Verge reports.More news: Idris Elba tipped to be the next James Bond
The Magic Leap One Creator Edition also has a Gallery for content organization, a Social application for shared experiences, and a Screens apps for viewing content.
That's because Magic Leap will sell prescription lenses for an additional fee, but CNet says users with "really bad" eyesight may want to opt for contact lenses instead.
To be part of the Magic One ecosystem, developers can sign up for the Magic Leap Creator Portal.
What sets the Magic Leap One apart, though, is its ability to let in more natural light - combined with softer authentic light rays - to create an image that's easier on the user's eyes, Ars Technica reports.More news: Rescuers evacuate 750 campers as flash floods hit in France