Modest acceptance by developers and companies could have stalled Magical jumps expanded reality Hardware ambitions, but it is Magicverse – a shared digital world overlaid with the real one – comes a step closer to reality today as the company released an early version of its Magicverse SDK for developers.
The technical preview of the Magicverse SDK enables developers to offer location-synced content across multiple platforms using Magic Leap room maps and persistent coordinate frames, provided users have access to a shared cloud or a real-time, multi-user network. Users with mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads and Android phones can see digital content stored in Magicverse. According to the company, however, these devices must be kept in landscape format to be localized in AR.
Magic Leap’s goal for Magicverse is to provide users in the real or virtual world with the underlying digital layer or layers so they can experience content together so that mall visitors may always see the same AR-displayed digital signage outdoors or They’ll find the same digital items or promotions inside, regardless of whether they’re wearing Magic Leap glasses or using other devices. The company believes that the Magicverse SDK enables users who are “physically present, digitally present, or both” to discover and interact with content and experiences that are digitally stored in specific locations.
The company is now offering separate XR kits for Android, iOS, MagicScript, Unity and Unreal Engine, although the Android and MagicScript kits are currently without documentation. The kits can be downloaded free of charge by registered developers Magic Leap developer Page? ˅; Magic Leap 1 AR glasses Start at $ 2,295 and rise to $ 2,995 in various packages.