Magic Leap Takes Virtual Reality to the Next Level
There’s not a lot of things that you can say are really mind-blowing. An event has to be at least close to being history-bending for it to blow one’s mind. But this new advancement will definitely leave you wondering how it even materialized—virtual reality company Magic Leap has opened the gates for artificial reality.
A lot have been raving about virtual reality. It was just unbelievable that technology could actually place you into an artificial environment by just wearing an innovative headset. But now more improvements have been made, almost making virtual reality a thing of the past.
Augmented reality and mixed reality have become the talks of the town. And this time, Magic Leap is aiming to launch mixed reality technologies, a plan they’ve been hiding for sometime now but is already out there and getting people excited.
Magic Leap Set to Introduce New Mixed Reality Technologies
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Magic Leap is currently worth a staggering $4.5 billion according to Forbes. It’s no longer surprising that the big guns in the business world are thirsty to have a portion of the billion-dollar investment.
Now that Magic Leap has risen to become a tech giant, a $4.5 billion-dollar investment, as Forbes puts it, businesses are eager to have a taste of this pricey pie. We can no longer deny it, technology has become part of our day-to-day life. We have become reliant on these advancements to do simple activities like shopping, completing our tasks at work, or getting entertained. Magic Leap is here to change how we do these things and basically how we interact with the world.
Magic Leap has been getting ready for when this new development starts to impact the entertainment world big time. The company also has renowned personalities handle this new project. Serving as their Art’s Ambassador to China is the founding director of the company’s board of directors, Sir Richard Taylor, who is also the CEO of Weta Workshop. It’s worth mentioning that hit films Mad Max: Fury Road, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and Avatar were all handled by the production studio Weta Workshop.
This is just the beginning of the new era Magic Leap is about to bring into reality. And if all these things are still not enough for you to pay attention to Magic Leap and its future releases, then we don’t know what will.