10+ Best Articles on Mixed Reality
The most useful articles and videos on mixed reality from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Mixed Reality Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on mixed reality by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- The Mixed-Race Fantasy Behind Kawaii Aesthetics
- Magic Leap is a Tragic Heap
- The Magic Leap Con
- Magic Leap Is Remaking Itself as an Ordinary Company (With a Real Augmented Reality Product)
- I tried Magic Leap and saw a flawed glimpse of mixed reality’s amazing potential
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Magic Leap Demo
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The Mixed-Race Fantasy Behind Kawaii Aesthetics
Toward my “Japanese Barbie,” I felt mostly indifferent.
Magic Leap is a Tragic Heap
The title of this review was carefully chosen, not glibly. I want what is best for VR and all other technologies on the Reality–Virtuality Continuum, Magic Leap included. Unfortunately, their cur…
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Adobe’s next big bets are on AR and mixed reality software
Including a prototype "transparent display that works like a Photoshop layer."
Telstra mixes up physical and digital realities for better water flow
The Australian telco giant is exploring the possible applications of mixed reality through the creation of digital twins.
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The Magic Leap Con
“Today, our world feels divided.” Rony Abovitz, CEO of the infamous mixed reality startup Magic Leap stood awkwardly on a circular stage, surrounded by hundreds of attendees of his company’s first developer conference, and first major public-facing event, eyeing a teleprompter, arms behind his back. “It feels broken,” he said. “Our new medium of spatial computing feels fresh. It doesn’t carry the baggage and negative headlines that are dominating the news today.”
I tried Magic Leap and saw a flawed glimpse of mixed reality’s amazing potential
We tried the $2,295 Magic Leap One Creator Edition, the debut product from mixed reality startup Magic Leap — and found an ambitious vision facing serious technological challenges.
Magic Leap Is Remaking Itself as an Ordinary Company (With a Real Augmented Reality Product)
Over the past few years, Magic Leap's supporters have grown skeptical of company's mythical augmented reality product. Now that it has released a headset, the Magic Leap One Creator Edition, can they make their naysayers care?
Microsoft’s HoloLens 2: a $3,500 mixed reality headset for the factory, not the living room
Designed to get work done.
Augmented reality when? We asked Magic Leap, Facebook, Google, and more
“A ‘Black Mirror’ episode—in a good way!”: Key players in AR, MR and even XR talk about the near future, and explain what could go wrong.
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