In the last few weeks, the Magic Leap ecosystem has increased its activity with a few new releases just before the end of the year.
Now another piece of the magic leap image has come into focus, the form of lenses for prescription lenses.
Educated at LEAP earlier this year The inserts are from FramesDirect and are officially referred to as the InSpatialRx Prescription Insert.
Buyers need a valid prescription from their doctor and a pupil distance measurement to catch a pair. The inserts are only available for single vision lenses and support SPH -7.5 to 0 and CYL -4 to 0 (total power, SPH + CYL, -7.5 to 0).
Although many eyeglass wearers manage to use VR headsets Due to their unique glasses, the unique design of the Magic Leap One makes it particularly difficult to wear glasses while using the device. So this is a pretty big deal for the many developers and Magic Leap fans who wanted to use the Magic Leap One but could not get the full experience.
Some users have even set extreme standards (see photo below) to equip their Magic Leap One devices with prescription lenses to get an idea of some of the amazing apps available on the device.
Fortunately, these times are over, and now millions of users who need correction lenses can join Magic Leap on AR Fun.
However, the best news for eyeglass wearers is the addition of magnetically-attached accessories. It's not prohibitively expensive because FramesDirect sells them for only $ 249. The inserts are now available directly from the FramesDirect website.
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