"In the catacombs of Magic Leap's massive complex, tucked away in underground clean rooms, robotic arms and bunny-suited humans quietly collaborate, assembling a steady stream of the photonic chips that empower the company’s new, perhaps better reality."
Finally a reporter is allowed to get deep into what Magic Leap has been doing all these years. The resulting interview is interesting. It describes the search for a way to create 3D images without using the "dual display" idea that started in the 1830s and never went away. It led to light field technology, among other things, and the result is hardware that works in a fundamentally different way to the other headsets on the market today. There's still no word on the headset specs or battery life (they're working on extending the battery before release), and of course, no word on price. But the glimpse is enough to give hope to proponents of the battered company.