Magic Leap, the secretive startup that has raised close to $2 billion and spent much of the past decade vowing to remake entertainment, finally has a product—or at least, it has pictures of one.

The company updated is website Wednesday morning to include photos of the company’s “mixed reality” headset, the Magic Leap One. The device includes a bulky pair of goggles with a vaguely steampunk aesthetic, as well as a controller and a computing pack that you wear on your waist. A software development kit will be available in early 2018. Online videogame site Glixel published an article Wednesday describing the product after being given a demo.

Magic Leap has long battled claims—published by the Information, among others—that the startup over-hyped its products. Over the past few years, Chief Executive Officer Rony Abovitz has given demonstrations of his technology to a small number of reporters, investors, and entertainment…