With CES in full swing, it seemed that Magic Leap had little to report at the big tech event, but it turns out that one of his partners has weighed himself up with a fairly substantial update on the company.
On AT & T announced Wednesday that it will expand its 5G technology-based partnership with Magic Leap to embrace the company's efforts.
So far, we have mainly focused on entertainment and the involvement of developers. During the last year L.E.A.P. At the conference, the two companies announced the development of a Magic Leap One Direct TV app to be released this year. Later, the pairing led to a hackathon event in San Francisco for aspiring developers interested in the AR platform.
And just a few weeks ago, the two companies teamed up to host an augmented reality promotion for the blockbuster movie Fantastic Beasts in Chicago The Crimes of Grindelwald .
Now that the fun and games have been cleared away, the two companies seem to be looking at the downsizing on the more business-critical business that drives AR's power over the 5G Network from AT & T.
"Our initial focus is on manufacturing, retail, and healthcare," states the AT & T statement. "For example … [Allowing for the use of] Applications such as collaborative diagnostics, remote medical examinations, 3D imaging, and training Imagine you could talk to a doctor or nurse as if you were both sitting together in the exam room, or give the medical student the ability to "practice" complex procedures before surgery on a patient.
Additionally For medical AR applications, AT & T also provides network support for Magic Leap, which covers retail and manufacturing.
3D Engine, test it, and make design changes without having a physical engine in front of you ", says the company. "[Or consumers could use AR on the network] to enhance the shopping experience by being able to try on clothes" or "seeing" furniture in your home. For brick and mortar, this scenario combines the best of the virtual and the physical world so that consumers can recover in-store experience from home.
Apart from the country's promising 5G, which promises to be strong in today's announcement, by 2020, no Magic Leap-specific launch dates or business partners have been announced.
However, we know that since AT & T has already been working to bring its 5G network for Magic Leap One testing to the headquarters of AR in Plantation, Fla., The possibilities are likely already from the Magic Leap team discovered.