If you've never heard of Magic Leap before, they are a Florida-based company working on devices that project superimposed 3D computer-generated imagery over real-world objects (augmented reality). They've raised more than $540 million from many investors including Google and Qualcomm to make this happen. We've never known much about the hardware or design, but now the company has posted a teaser to their YouTube page giving us a glimpse. The video has a caption at the bottom informing viewers that it was shot recently and features no post-capture imagery editing. It was apparently shot directly through the device and looks pretty impressive. We still don't know much about the hardware, but if this video footage is real, augmented reality is impressive and maybe not that far away.