The US Army wants mixed reality headsets that detect enemy fire, translate languages and see in the dark. Anduril, the startup founded by Oculus' Palmer Luckey, is on it.
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Palmer Luckey's defense tech startup Anduril says it would like to someday outfit American soldiers with augmented-reality headsets that can weave together critical bits of information on the battlefield.

The company wouldn't be the first to work on this kind of tech. Microsoft has a multimillion dollar contract with the Army to crack it.

But Anduril has a secret weapon: Luckey, a pioneer of virtual-reality headsets. He brought several engineers and product designers from his previous company...


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