Magic Leap has secured [https://techcrunch.com/2020/05/21/magic-leap-has-apparently-raised-another-350-million-in-spite-of-itself/] a lifeline. With $350M in new funding secured through ‘existing and new investors’ the company has been able to withdraw its notices of potential termination to employees not laid off during the last wave. The announcement has been met
Apple Glasses could take photos. But they might not have a camera. The ‘design brief’ for the new wearable device ISN’T to create augmented reality glasses [https://shodu.net/apple-doesnt-care-about-augmented-reality-heres-why/] , but to a) disrupt EYE GLASSES (a $138B market) and b) simply create a pair of glasses that are
Apple Glasses aren’t being made for augmented reality. Apple just doesn’t care. But the reason they’ll launch the wearables is an order of magnitude more important than being able to place objects in the world around you, Robert Scoble recently jumped into the debate [https://www.linkedin.