Another piece of the Magic Leap puzzle took place Thursday at Twilio's developer and customer conference Twilio in San Francisco.
During one of the stage presentations, Jeff Lawson, co-founder and CEO of Twilio, continued staging the Magic Leap One to introduce the company's first live demo of the company's new Avatar Chat app
The app, last week in Magic Leaps LEAP was introduced to a conference in Los Angeles, allowing multiple Magic Leap One users to communicate with each other using avatars in Augmented Reality.
Before In the demo Twilio gave us a better idea of how the app works for a short commercial.
During the video, three Magic Leap One users in three different places talk to each other, sharing photos and 3D models even giving each other a high five, with the controller standing for the user's hand.
It's a sleek ad that makes the use of the yet unpublished Avatar chat app look like something which some companies use for teleworkers. But how does it work if the spotlight is on? That's what Lawson showed us when he called Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz for a live avatar chat session.
At first, Abovitz & # 39; audio was hard to hear, but it's not clear if the audio issues are anything had to do with the app or was just a technical flaw in the audio file of the live presentation.
After a small virtual character Smalltalk with Abovitz Afterwards, Lawson showed how emoji works in the app, a feature that allows users to show different reactions to content and interactions with other Magic Leap users.