These Glasses by Magic Leap Project Images Onto the Real World

By: Ady Floyd - Oct 27, 2015
References: magicleap & techtimes
These glasses by Magic Leap are an augmentation device that will project "computer-generated images on top of a real world setting." This device will enhance reality, using augmentation instead of altering a viewer's state of mind, like most VR devices do.

The glasses by Magic Leap are run by an operating system that distorts reality and are available in headset form. The program will allow users to wear the headset and see 3D images appear within real world settings. The company is confident with the augmentation product and has released a video that highlights its most impressive capabilities. The video features a tiny robot floating in midair beneath a desk. An additional video shows a 3D solar system that appears to be floating right in front of a wearer of the glasses.

The stunning visuals will prove to be an incredibly useful product in many fields including entertainment, architecture and science. Magic Leap has confirmed that the product is in production, but no specific release date has been announced as of yet.