Magic Leap has been working on its technology to mix computer-generated images with the real world mostly in private for seven years, with backing from Google, Alibaba and other powerhouses. Now, the first product is finally here, and CNBC’s Todd Haselton got to try it. Here’s what he learned. Magic Leap has been shrouded in mystery since its inception seven years ago. The company has spent almost a decade working on technology that superimposes computer-generated images over the real world in your field of vision. It has raised more than $2.3 billion from powerhouses such as Alphabet’s Google, Alibaba, Saudi Arabia and J.P. Morgan. Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai sits on the board. The company and its founder have been the subject of glowing coverage from publications like Wired and Forbes.