Magic Leap’s first “spatial computing” mixed reality headset, the Magic Leap One Creator Edition, is shipping this summer. The company announced the news in a livestream today, narrowing down a previous statement that it would ship this year. It’s following up on an announcement from this morning, when AT&T revealed that it would be the exclusive US carrier partner for Magic Leap. However, Magic Leap still hasn’t confirmed an exact date or a price, although the company has previously said it would cost at least as much as a high-end smartphone.
Magic Leap has been slowly pulling back the veil on its headset, and on its stream today, it revealed some specifications on the headset, like the fact that it will use an Nvidia Tegra X2 processor. With a shipping date that’s rapidly approaching, we should be seeing more of it soon — including actual demos of experiences.