Magic Leap test units need to be stored in a LOCKED SAFE

Magic Leap's test units are shrouded in secrecy beyond words.

Published Fri, Mar 30 2018 9:31 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:52 AM CST

The most mysterious technology device ever would have to be the Magic Leap One, with the Florida-based start up reportedly sending out mixed reality test units to a specific set of people over the last 6 months.

Magic Leap test units need to be stored in a LOCKED SAFE |

These headsets are so secret that it's being reported that Magic Leap says you must store it in a locked safe, and since you reportedly have to sign a lengthy NDA to even use it in their offices (if you're lucky enough), this shouldn't come as too much of a surprise.


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