The Association for Computing Machinery's annual Siggraph conference, taking place next week in Los Angeles, wants to bring researchers from around the world to the forefront of innovation in imaging and display technology.
act, as Magic Leap wants to use the event as its launching pad for a new augmented reality experience.
"Undersea brings a room to life with breathtaking underwater landscapes into an interactive reef experience, and allows us to Focus on pushing the boundaries of spatial fidelity in spatial computing, said Dan Lehrich, vice president of Magic Leap production, in a statement.
"With each Magic Leap studio project on Magic Leap One, we expand the ever-evolving potential for immersive experiences. "
The room-scale experience is not currently available In addition, Francisco Cortina, CG Supervisor, and Derrick Levy, said: "In addition, Francisco Cortina, CG supervisor, and Derrick Levy, lead software engineer wants to give a presentation to the Siggraph audience about the creation of the Unreal Engine 4 and Volcano 3.1 mobile.
"Spatial computing is becoming the norm in experiential entertainment," said Victoria Rege , the Siggraph 2019 Immersive Pavilion chair.
The Leap One's release is just around the corner, and Magic Leap has several impressive apps and experiences onto it The Magic Leap World during that span, including Create, Tonandi, Avatar Chat, the NBA app, Dr. Grordbort's Invaders (and the preview of an experimental multiplayer add-on), and Star Wars: Project Porg, among others.
Judging from just a few seconds from the Undersea app, though, Magic Leap's latest example might be its most impressive yet.