|So, smaller than a Dive Mask|
However, sources with knowledge of Magic Leap's hardware told Business Insider the design shown in the patent was close to Magic Leap's product in its appearance, but the real hardware is bigger and bulkier, with a section in the middle of the lenses to hold the depth sensor. One person who has previously seen schematics of Magic Leap's product said that the current design has one camera in each arm, not two as illustrated in the patent filing, and that they are "thick-rimmed like hipster glasses," but with bulkier arms.
Investors and other VIPs who received Magic Leap demos in the spring said that the headset they tried was smaller than modern VR headsets but bulkier than other glasses technology like Snapchat's Spectacles. It was described as more like swim goggles worn by swimmers with slightly larger lenses.