Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by bit-tech, 21 Dec 2017.
No solid specs either. From Rolling Stone's testing article, the "VHS at arms length" field of view matches that of Hololens. If the best they can do after 7 years of 'magic' is to match a device revealed 3 years ago, that's not a great sign. Rolling Stone claim the images appear less translucent, but so did the early reviews of Hololens: it later transpired that the rooms it was demoed in were artificially dimmed.
Getting some Theranos vibes here: years of promises of a revolutionary device with refusal to show the device, refusal to have it tested, etc, hige investment, then goes into operation using existing tech with the promise that their magical new device "totally still works though", then finally the reveal that it doesn't work and never worked.
I'll just leave this link to an alternative publication which has a slighlty more direct opinion on the whole magic leap affair... - https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/12/20/magic_leap/
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