Ahead of a planned venture release later this year, Magic Leap has provided a slew of healthcare companies early access For its second generation augmented reality headset. one of the companies, , provides software that allows doctors to view a 3D model of a patient’s heart while operating it. Another company, BrainLab, wants to make its mixed reality viewer software available on Magic Leap 2.
It’s no surprise that Magic Leap is making its latest wearables available to digital healthcare startups; CEO Peggy Johnson Said That Will Be As Much As , “Augmented reality could replace healthcare more than any other industry, at least in the near term,” she said at the time, noting that the company would focus on enterprise customers at launch.
Magic Leap has famously struggled since emerging as one of Silicon Valley’s most talked-about startups. In 2019, it was revealed that the company had reportedly only sold Its $2,300. units of Headset during the first six months after the device became available. It later spent months before laying off employees Gave it a fresh shot at life.
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