AT&T, Magic Leap form exclusive consumer partnership
AT&T has signed up to be the exclusive wireless distributor for buzzed-about "spatial computing" company Magic Leap, makers of a mixed-reality headset in development for some time.
Now the Magic Leap One (Creator Edition) is set to ship later this year to "qualified designers and developers," which means public availability is still an open question.
That device consists of a lightweight wearable computer along with goggles that superimpose 3D imagery over real-world objects by projecting into users' eyes.
AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan has observer rights with Magic Leap's board.
System and Technology
AT&T* is reporting a vital, selective U.S. buyer relationship and venture with Magic Leap, designer of exclusive spatial registering and experiential stages. The understanding joins Magic Leap's emphasis on transformational innovation and items with AT&T's inventive system and dissemination to introduce another sort of relevantly mindful, wise, human-PC intuitiveness.
"AT&T is eager to match our spearheading advances, unmatched system, content stage, and immense client biological system with Magic Leap's endeavors to manufacture the up and coming age of figuring," said AT&T Communications CEO John Donovan, who has spectator rights with Magic Leap's board. "We're outlining and offering the fate of diversion and network, and this select plan – in blend with our 5G initiative position – will open up new openings and encounters."
Enchantment Leap's introduction item, Magic Leap One, Creator Edition, is a lightweight, wearable PC that will improve true involvement with computerized content and is planned to transport in the not so distant future to qualified fashioners and engineers.
"We've joined with AT&T in light of the fact that we have faith in a consolidated vision of extending rapid systems, edge processing, and profound combination with innovative substance," said Rony Abovitz, Founder, President and CEO of Magic Leap. "Coupling the quality of the advancing AT&T connect with Magic Leap's spatial registering stage can change processing encounters for individuals."