From the perspective of the average consumer, Magic Leap has not been developing well in recent times. Today, however, the company has launched the Enterprise Suite, which costs up to $2,995 to effectively provide employees with everything they need to compute. The kit includes a Magic Leap 1 headset, which can be counted as an upgrade model for the Creator Edition.
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The company says the system focuses on four core core needs for corporate customers – communication, collaboration and coexistence, 3D visualization, learning and assistance, and location-based services.
The Magic Leap 1 headset is very similar to its predecessor and still needs to be connected to a head-on physical controller, and here are its main specifications:
Nvidia Parker SOC: CPU section is 2 x Denver 2.0 64-bit core s 4 x ARM Cortex A57 64-bit core; GPU section is Pascal architecture with 256 CUDA cores, Ope support graphics APIs such as nGL 4.5, Vulkan, OpenGL ES 3.1 and AEP.
Storage: 8GB of RAM plus 128GB ROM (actually available 95GB).
Built-in lithium-ion rechargeable battery for approximately 3 hours.
Audio input: Supports TTS audio and real-world ambient sounds.
Audio output: Bring your own speaker and 3.5mm jack that supports spatial audio processing.
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 5, and USB-C are supported.
Here are the main specifications of the controller:
Support for LRA touch and 6DoF tracking and inductive touchpads;
With 12 RGB LEDs, built-in lithium, 7.5 hours of battery life;
8-bit trigger key, digital Home key.
The Magic Leap 1 Enterprise Suite, priced at approximately $3000, includes two years of dedicated omni-channel support, enterprise-class Device Manager access, and two years of RapidReplace access and two-year extension.
Spatial Computing for Enterprise With Magic Leap 1 (via)
Existing customers include NTT DOCOMO, Boston Consulting Group, BNP Paribas, Deloitte, Hyperloop TT, JetBlue Travel, McLaren, and Skender.
It is reported that users can purchase the Magic Leap 1 headset for 24 months ($96 per installment) for a total price of $2304. Or buy a headset separately for $2,295 ($2495 for the developer suite).