The long and slow way to release Magic Leap One continues, this time with a few new demonstrations of how the system works, as shown in updates along with the company's developer notes.
After much talk about demo "Dodge," the new demos (actually tutorials) that were shot right through the device are called "Drive" and "Measure" and deliver two new, valuable looks, just like the Magic Leap System works.
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"If you were usi If you were to use a tape measure in the real world, you would have to likely to move directly to the point where you measure and extend the tape from there to your new point, "reads the company's documentation.
"With & # 39; Measure & # 39; you can perform this interaction remotely by pointing your gaze to the head and pressing with a simple trigger to place it. No more running around and watching the tape Do not hold on! "
For those of us who are not among the few Englisch: www.mplayerhq.hu/ As the first version of the Magic Leap One hardware, the company advises using the Magic Leap Remote code as an alternative, a simulator tool that many developers, who want to take over the platform was useful.
The other demo is called "Drive," a tutorial that shows how a developer can create AR experiences that make creating virtual ones Enabling Vehicles That Can Use Magic Leaps WorldMesh Dynamics enable virtual objects to "feel" the real world by bumping into real objects, hiding behind real objects, and using convincing facial expressions about how a real toy car or airplane could react [U4659] Magic Leap Unveils Two New Demos Demonstrating How Spatial Data Processing Works ” width=”532″ height=”532″ style=”max-width:532px;height:auto;”/>
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"[With ‘Drive’] We'd like to show you some more advanced topics around incorporating and directing user focus than A few cool things we have found out how to use Magic Leaps 6DoF Control and its various buttons and component n, "says the Magic Leap documentation.
The effect also includes lighting (see car headlights GIF), which allows virtual light to behave like real light when projected onto different surfaces.
Magic Leaps "Drive" tutorial also lets us see how the Magic Leap can be used With the controller to perform very specific functions defining virtual objects, such as turning the wheels of a virtual car, instead of turning the entire vehicle.
"Drive" is a FreeForm sandbox driving experience that demonstrates how the control works can be used for direct physical UIs (in arm reach) as well as remote control schemes (for remote objects), "the documentation says. "It also shows how you can more easily manage user attentiveness by expecting the controller to be your home base."
Included In the tutorial, to illustrate simulated physics, are a virtual car, an airplane and a helicopter, each one show a unique set of behavioral interactions to show what is possible with the system.
To access the tutorials, you must sign up for Magic Leaps Creator Portal, which is open to anyone with an email address.
These demos are not likely to suppress any doubt about some of the capabilities of Magic Leap One, but they are nevertheless an important early look on what type of immersive computing experience Magic Leap will deliver on launch, which is probably only days away.