Magic Leap Opens Enterprise AR Headset Kit

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.

Magic Leap Opens Enterprise AR Headset Kit

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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.

Magic Leap Opens Enterprise AR Headset Kit

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.

Magic Leap Opens Enterprise AR Headset Kit

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).

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