Yesterday I talked about what I think is the most straightforward mainstream friendly app on the Magic Leap One is (screens), and I'll now touch the runner-up: Helio.
In short, Helio is how Magic Leap One users can browse the Web in Augmented Reality, something we've seen before, but never with so much ease and ease of use.
For those who are not on their Greek mythology, the name of the app seems to be derived from the god Helios, the sun god, who was also known as the "god of sight." In this case, the name fits, because the Helio App is a uniquely powerful window on the Internet that allows you to browse the Internet endlessly, keeping an eye on your real-world environment.
The Helio app has a search box on the Internet, including the New York Times App, the Wayfair Furniture Shopping App, and (currently empty) fields for Magic Leap experiments and developer examples. There is also a helio tutorial to help you learn how to use the app effectively.
Previously we mentioned The New York Times Magic Leap A feature, but this is our first practical application. Unfortunately, not much is going on here. Yes, there is the 3D model of the wreck of the Guatemala Volcano, as well as panels with photos and map images related to the story.