Magic Leap is an enigmatic augmented reality firm that's worth $4.5 billion on the basis of some very limited demonstrations. Now the firm has been awarded a design patent for a "virtual reality headset" that offers us some idea of what it's thinking. The company's Andy Fouché has already shot down the idea that this is what the finished device will look like, but there's plenty to glean. In a distinct contrast to Microsoft's slender Hololens, the sketch features a shell that covers the top half of the user's face. Robocop comparisons aside, the headset is then held on with a solid strap running over the top of their head.