Magic Leap 1€2.499,- excl. VAT
Estimated delivery: 3 working days
Product information Magic Leap 1
The Magic Leap 1 is a binocular high-end augmented reality headset that can project 3D objects onto the user’s view of the physical world. It’s is suitable for various use cases such as design projects, 3D visualizations or training.
The advantages of the Magic Leap 1
First, the Magic Leap 1 supports “Spatial Mapping”, which means the device is able to create a 3D map of the environment and recognize objects and surfaces in the real world. This allows the device to understand and interact with the environment and is ideal for the development of lifelike trainings, simulations and the visualization of 3D overlays to real life situations.
Second, the Magic Leap 1 is able to handle extensive and high end applications, thanks to its powerful processing unit. The Magic Leap is able to harness so much computing power thanks to an external power unit called Lightpack which is connected to the headset via cable. The Lightpack gives the Magic Leap 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Third, the Magic Leap 1 has a high resolution display providing users with 1280 x 960 pixel per eye. The headset also has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, as a result the content looks sharp and smooth, which is especially important for spatial mapping and holograms. The display also offers a diagonal field of view of 50°, which is roughly the same as the 52° field of view of the Hololens 2.
Fourth, the Magic Leap 1 controller enables various very helpful interactions. You no longer have just the direction of your gaze and the position of your hands as inputs, but six degrees of freedom (6DoF) in moving the controller, three buttons and a trackpad. Depending on the situation, the controller becomes a laser pointer or a handle for moving and rotating objects – the possibilities are similar to the hand controls of VR headsets. The AR device also supports hand tracking, eye tracking and voice control. The variety of input options makes the device interesting for many different application areas and makes it even more intuitive for the user, since most are used to a controller.
Fifth, weighing just 316g, the Magic Leap 1 is very light compared to the 380g of the Lenovo ThinkReality A6 and the 516g of its biggest competitor, the Hololens 2, making it easy to wear for long periods of time without any problems. The Lightpack weighs 425g and can be easily clipped to your pants pocket.
The price of the Magic Leap One
The price of the Magic Leap 1 is €2499 excl. VAT. VR Expert is an official reseller of the Magic Leap and is able to provide advice & support for the device. It also ensures VR Expert always has an updated and correct price.
VR Expert offers a 3 day free trial for the Magic Leap One. In preparation for the trial your use case will be discussed with a VR expert and possible useful applications will be preinstalled for your situation. After the trial an evaluation will be held to discuss all feedback and comments to create a fitting package for your company. You can request a trial by entering the contact form or call us.
Pros and cons
8 GB RAM
Only weighs 316g
Various input methods
120Hz refresh rate
Powerful computing performance thanks to the Lightpack
Sharp 1280x960 pixel per eye display
Lightpack must always be carried
Cannot be used by people wearing glasses
No memory card slots
|Built-in display||AR View||Binocular||Memory||8GB RAM / 128GB internal memory|
|Built-in audio||FOV (Horizontal)||40 degrees||Battery||9600mAh|
|Stand alone||Weight||316 grams||Battery life||3 hours|
|Built in audio||Yes||Controls||Voice, eye tracking, hand tracking, controller|
|Microphone||Yes||Operating system||Android 9.0|
|Connectivity||Wifi, Bluetooth||Chip||3-core NVIDIA Parker SOC|
|Camera||2MP, 1080P 30FPS video||Warranty||1 year|
|1x Magic Leap 1||1x Controller||1x Power Cable + 1x Power adapter + 1x Controller charger||2x USB-C to USB-C Cable||1x Shoulder strap + 1x cleaning cloth + 1x Wrist lanyard||VR Expert Quickstart Guide|
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Magic Leap 1
The Magic Leap 1 has a binocular AR view, this means that you can look through the headset with both eyes.
The refresh rate of the Magic Leap 1 is 120 Hz.
The Magic Leap 1 has 8GB RAM and a 128GB internal storage.
The FOV of the headset is 40 degrees (Horizontal).
The AR headset has a battery capacity of 9600 mAh and a battery life of 3 hours.
You can control the headset either with your voice, eye tracking, hand tracking or with a controller.
Yes, the Magic Leap has a warranty of 1 year.
Yes, you can request a free 3 day trial for the Magic Leap 1 through the following link: https://vr-expert.com/request-an-ar-headset-trial/
No you can not rent the Magic Leap 1 from VR Expert.
The Magic Leap 1 has a price of 2499 Euros from VR Expert, the costs can go up if accessories are taken as well.
To determine which size of the Magic Leap 1 is the best for you, you need to know your IPD. IPD (Interpupillary Distance) is the difference between your pupils measured in millimeters. When your IPD is less than 65mm, we recommend size 1. If your IPD is equal or higher than 65mm, we recommend size 2.
There are 3 ways to measure your IPD:
- Use an online tool app, like GlassesOn on Android or EyeMeasure for iOS.
- Measure your IPD yourself. Stand about 8 inches away from a mirror and hold a ruler against the mirror beneath the reflection of your eyes. Close your right eye and look in the pupil of the left eye. Put 0 on the ruler on your pupil. Close your left eye and look in the pupil of the right eye. The millimeter measurement that lines up with your right pupil is your IPD.
- Ask an eye doctor
The Magic Leap is a binocular AR headset that has a transparent Waveguide display in front of each eye. The waveguide technology makes it possible to show content on the display while the user can still look through it. The resolution of the display is 1280 x 960 pixels per eye. The display also has a refresh rate of 122 Hz.
The resolution of the Magic Leap 1 is 1280 x 960 pixels per eye. In comparison, the Hololens 2 has a resolution of 2048 x 1080 pixels per eye. AR headsets with a higher resolution provide more realistic AR experiences.
The Magic Leap 1 has no safety certifications.
The Magic Leap 1 weighs 316 grams. This is 250 grams lighter than the Hololens 2. The Magic Leap 1 is operated using the processing power of the Light Pack. The Light Pack weighs 425 grams and is connected to the headset via cable and can be attached to the trouser pocket, for example.