Despite receiving less than glowing reviews from critics, the latest installment of the Harry Potter film series Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald wins at the box office.
Now it helps It builds on its holiday dynamics, the film with the Magic Leap One receives another advertising support from Augmented Reality.
The special experience, available only to the public at the AT & T store on Chicago Avenue in Chicago, was unveiled by Chicago's Magic Leap on Sunday via Twitter.
There is not much else than a few short moments that some The creatures of the film seem to be showing, especially nifflers (who like collecting jewels and coins) who scurry through the real world thanks to the power of the Magic Leap One.
Near the end of the short clip, we also have Jude Law as a character Albus Dumbledore. However, this part is shown via a flat 2D video clip, indicating that it is a mix of 3D content and virtual video screens with AR function.
Earlier this year, Magic Leap announced that it was selected in public AT & T stores in Atlanta, Boston, will give a taste of the Magic Leap One. Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. This new experience seems to be the first of these publicly available demo stations.
Magic Leap did not specify if or when the experience comes to other AT & T stores, but if you are in the Chicago area, the store is usually open from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm, and the address is: 600 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.