Although Magic Leap One is called augmented reality glasses (AR) or mixed reality (MR), this is not entirely correct. Within the company itself, they prefer to use the terms "spatial computer" and "digital light field."
If you have never worn Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality glasses, which are the closest analogue to Magic Leap One, then recall the movie "Minority Opinion", where the hero Tom Cruise used gestures to control a virtual display board
In simple terms, the company invented a way to deceive a person's brain, showing him digital objects in the outside world. In such a situation, you perceive them as quite real, and this allows you to comfortably use glasses for a long time.