In Brief Magic Leap was on board with augmented reality before the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Google made it a priority. Now, a patent application submitted in 2015 has lifted the lid on what the company’s long-gestating hardware might look like. Making Magic
A new image of Magic Leap’s supposedly disruptive spatial computing hardware has been published as part of a patent filing submitted in September 2015 and made public this week. The device resembles a pair of conventional glasses, but with bulkier arms where cameras are mounted.
However, Magic Leap spokesperson Julia Gaynor told Business Insider that the image from the patent application doesn’t necessarily reflect the company’s much-hyped hardware. “As you know, we file lots of patents that take a long time to get approved and so what you are looking at is not our product,” she told the publication.
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