Here’s What Actual Developers Think Of The Magic Leap One AR Headset

| August 9, 2018

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As of yesterday, the Magic Leap One is officially released. The lucky few that were quick with ordering one of the coveted devices and happened to live in one of a select few cities already have them in their hands. Prior to yesterday’s launch, only a select few members of the mainstream media were invited to try out the headset ahead of time. We rounded up those press impressions over here. And if you want a detailed breakdown of what the Magic Leap One is and what it’s specs are like, you can find that here.For this article, we want to see what developers are thinking since this is technically just a dev kit right now. We reached out to a few of these developers and found more on Twitter to see what actual, real creators are thinking of the device so far.

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