Magic Leap gives healthcare startups access to their new AR headset ahead of mid-2022 release - TechCrunch
Ahead of a planned enterprise launch later this year, Magic Leap has provided an early access to a group of healthcare companies on their second-generation augmented reality headset. One of the companies,, offers software that allows doctors to see a 3D model of a patient 's heart while operating them. Another company, Brainlab, wants to release their Mixed Reality Viewer software on Magic Leap 2.
Unsurprisingly, that Magic Leap provides the latest treat available for first-time digital healthcare beginners; Chief Peggy Johnson said so many would happen. "The improved realities of healthcare could change more than any other industry, at least in the short term," she said at the time, noting also that the company would focus on its customers. campaign purchase at launch.
Magic Leap has had a notorious problem since it emerged as one of Silicon Valley's most hyped startups. In 2022, it turned out that the company had reportedly only sold units of its $ 2,300 headset in the first six months the device was available. He later spent months retiring before taking a fresh look at life.
Editor's note: This article originally appeared on Engadget.