Developers now have access to the company's secretive tech — and they'll undoubtedly spill the beans. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
Today, the company opened up its Creator Studio, providing tools for devs to begin work on apps and games for the Magic Leap One headset.
And though you've got to sign a nondisclosure agreement (read: don't tweet Magic Leap's secrets) before downloading those tools, I've got a strong suspicion that a bunch of Magic Leap's hush-hush details are about to leak out anyhow.
I wouldn't be surprised if pictures of real-life Magic Leap One headsets (not just the company's renders) appear on the internet this week.
(This week is the Game Developers Conference, by the way, where Magic Leap is giving talks.)
Just know that — while cool — we already knew that Magic Leap had hand-tracking, eye-tracking, and room-scanning and meshing abilities.
Opinion… * Man-Made