Over the past few weeks, three developer hours (one of which has been revealed in Magic Leap's current Twitch livestream) have shown some of the experience that is possible with Magic Leap One.
Now, a developer has referred us in the dark corners of the Creator Portal to some of the things related to a fourth, unpublished lesson called Blink.
By comparison, the demo is much more basic than the other published examples. But despite its simplicity, the lesson highlights the Magic Leap One's capabilities in hand gestures, eye tracking, and spatial audio.
In an animated image, a user conjures a cloud with a spawn gesture and a release gesture, causing the cloud to float up. In another animated image, the same cloud changes color with a wink. The lesson also serves as a means to demonstrate spatial audio based on the position of the cloud relative to the user's point of view.
While Magic Leap's live demo of the "Dodge" lesson has attracted negative attention, it would be unwise to use the Magic Leap Based solely on the benefits of simple demos that help developers create their own content, it's final.