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.
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
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: