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In this 2019 VRDC talk Weta's James Everett discusses the process of creating the striking Dr. Grordbort's Invaders game for the Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset. ...
Magic Leap has brought an ex-Microsoft exec in to fill the vacant CEO role following Rony Abovitz†™s departure from the seat in May.  ...
A California court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Magic Leap against Chinese augmented reality company Nreal, according to a report from TechNode. ...
Since Tentsile introduced its very first tent, stretched multi-point tree tents, sheltered hammocks and dangling live-in pods have been bombarding the market with regularity, and a number of them camp on the ground as well as in the air. To keep up with the trends, Tentsile adds a ground kit to its revamped third-generation tent lineup this year. The kit transforms swaying tree tents into stable
Augmented reality company Magic Leap has raised $350 million in funding from existing and new investors. ...
DJI has upgraded its popular lightweight foldable camera drone range with the release of the new Mavic Air 2, juicing up the camera, the control communications and the battery, and giving it the ability to detect other aircraft in the area.Continue ReadingCategory: Drones, TechnologyTags: DJI Innovations, Quadcopter
Augmented reality company Magic Leap is exploring the possibility of a sale, according to a report from Bloomberg. ...
Tiny, semiconducting dots small enough to leverage the weirdness of quantum mechanics hold a lot of potential when it comes to solar power. These flexible, inexpensive quantum dots serving as photovoltaic material in place of the traditional silicon promise many benefits, but the efficiency at which they convert sunlight into energy is not yet one of them. Scientists working on this problem have
One source speaking to the publication says that the $2,300 Magic Leap One Creator Edition reportedly sold around 6,000 individual units in the first six months following its August 2018 release. ...
Jumping probably isn't an ability that most people would associate with tiny creepy crawlies like maggots, but some, such as the larva of the goldenrod gall midge, can actually leap distances far greater than their microscopic bodies might suggest. By turning advanced cameras to these legless larvae in action, scientists have gained a new understanding of their relatively high-flying antic


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