Magic Leap's goggles will deliver life-size representations of NBA stars to people's living rooms.
The device is 20 times thinner than a single strand of hair.
Experts tell Newsweek Apple’s augmented reality headset points to a post-smartphone future.
Users can create an alternate universe in real-life photos and videos.
Actual crowds may be replaced by what we might call distributed crowds, with virtual and augmented reality's help.
Magic Leap claims to be able to offer "experiences like none you've ever seen."
The company has backing from some of the biggest names in Silicon Valley and a mysterious owner.