Magic Leap has unveiled the first version of its augmented reality system to be made public.
The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is designed to project light directly into users’ eyes to trick their brains into perceiving virtual objects as part of their surrounding environment.
It consists of a large pair of goggles that wrap around the head, a body-worn computer and a wireless controller.
The firm has raised close to $1.9bn (£1.4bn) from investors.
The Florida-based company’s biggest backers include Google, the Chinese tech giant Alibaba and the Singaporean sovereign wealth fund Temasek.