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Magic Leap Mobile Companion App Uncovered, iOS & Android Supported «Magic Leap :: Next Reality



Under a repository of new developer information about the Lumin OS that Magic Leap recently released on its Creator Portal, seems to be the official endorsement of the Magic Leap Mobile Companion app.

The app was previously mentioned in job postings reported by Next Reality

Coming soon on the App Store and Google Play, minimum requirements are iOS 1

0.0 (and above) or Android 6.0 (and above) with Bluetooth LE for pairing with ML1, Wi-Fi, as well as an accelerometer, gyroscope and a magnetometer, the last of which is necessary for 3DoF tracking. It also requires a camera (but which iPhone or Android device does not have one yet) to determine the size of ML1 and measure the distance between students.

So far, Magic Leap has proven that the app works with both generations of Google Pixel and Pixel XL, Samsung S8, S7 and S7 Edge, Nexus 6P and 5X and the HTC U11 and 10. On the Apple side of things the company confirmed that the app will work with the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X.

One of the app's main features is the most features of the Magic Leap One controller. In this mode, the smartphone's touchscreen becomes a virtual control pad.

The app also allows text input. Among the text entry methods, Magic Leap describes the system's virtual keyboard, voice input, and Bluetooth keyboards, and gives ML1 users many input options.

Finally Mobile Phone The app also allows users to upload media to the cloud storage of the ML1 or transfer photos and videos from the ML1 to the mobile app , 3D models in the formats OBJ, FBX and GLTF can also be shared between ML1 and MCA.

Like a snowball rolling downhill, the upcoming release of Magic Leap is getting bigger as more and more information is released.

Magic Leap releases preview of Lumin Runtime in the latest version of SDK


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