Magic Leap has provided a group of health care companies with early access to its virtual reality headsets that are unpopular with taxpayers.
One of the companies, SentiAR, provides software that allows doctors to see a 3D model of a patient’s heart during surgery. Another company, Brainlab, wants to make its Mixed Reality Viewer software available on Magic Leap 2.
Magic Leap has struggled with popularity since emerging as one of Silicon Valley’s hottest starters. In 2019, it emerged that the company had reportedly sold only 6,000 units of its $ 2,300 Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset within the first six months of the phone being available.
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