After a long wait, Magic Leap has come up with an announcement regarding some of the specifications that the upcoming Magic Leap One mixed reality headset will be housing.

maxresdefault 8 Magic Leap One will be powered with an NVIDIA Tegra TX2 chip with a Pascal based GPU

It was unveiled in a recent presentation by Magic Leap that Magic Leap One will be powered with an NVIDIA Tegra TX2 chip with a Pascal-based GPU.

Magic Leap One Specifications

Among the notable specifications of the original Tegra TX2 by Nvidia, were two Denver 2.0 cores and four ARM Cortex-A57 cores. On the other hand, the Magic Leap One will have the following set of features:

  • A single Denver core
  • Two 64-bit A57 cores
  • NVIDIA Pascal-based GPU with 256 CUDA cores
  • Capable of delivering 200,000 to 400,000 polygons on-screen

Availability

The Magic Leap One Creator Edition is said to hit the shelves on September 22. For further details about the package, have a look at this demo:

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