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Magic Leap released its first hardware product, the Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset. At the time, the company also published a mobile companion app.

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Microsoft - Project Hololens

This is basically Microsoft’s version of the Occulus. It basically takes all the great points of the Xbox’s Kinect technology and makes it into a headset which allows the user to view an AR world. Inside the headset are 4 main parts:

  • Camera - FoV 120x120 degrees
  • Computer - on-board CPU, GPU and newly created HPU(holographic Processing Unit)(2015)
  • Lenses - by capturing light-particles and bouncing them millions of times off of green, blue and red glass and then projecting them into the lenses towards your eyes allowing you to perceive the holographic images.
  • Vent - The device is more powerful than a laptop but with high powered vents on both sides which vents warm air up and out of the device.(2015)

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Emerging technologies: DOJ on cutting edge less-lethal weapons

Emerging Less-Lethal Weapon Technologies

Long Range Acoustic Device (LRAD) – A weapon that incapacitates using high-energy sound waves focused in a 15- to 30-degree “beam,” allowing the LRAD to be aimed at a specific target. Used by the New York Police Department.

Electrolaser – An electroshock weapon that forms an electrically conductive laser-induced plasma channel. A powerful electric current can be sent down the channel to incapacitate subjects. Developed for the U.S. military.

Dazzler – Employs intensevisible light usually generated by a laser to cause temporary blindness or disorientation. Used by the U.S. military in Iraq.

Sticky Foam Gun – Shoots sticky material that entangles and impairs individuals. Used by the U.S. Marine Corps in Operation United Shield.
Active Denial System – Emits electromagnetic radiation that deters individuals by causing a painful burning sensation without actually burning the skin. Developed by the Department of Defense’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate.

LED Incapacitator – A light emitting diode (LED) flashlight generates lights at several specific frequencies with multiple colors and random pulses that the brain cannot process. The result is that the subject becomes physically ill. In development for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

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