The collaboration between Magic Leap and Wacom, which first appeared during last year's L.E.A.P. was announced. The conference is progressing rapidly.
And now we have a bit more information in the form of a visual demonstration presented by Nobutaka Ide, CEO of Wacom.
The demo was part of Ide's approximately 40-minute presentation of CES Asia last week. During the L.E.A.P. At the 2018 conference, Ide showed still images of Wacom users who wore the Magic Leap One while designing in Augmented Reality.
] "Wacom and Magic Leap work together to jointly define the future of digital design workflows" said Ide. "Our goal is to provide the best tools for creative expression, and our unique solution that combines precise pen input with spatial computing enables creators of all disciplines, including animators, industrial designers, game developers and educators, to create and collaborate in a way that which leaves few dreams unfulfilled. "
During the US version of CES in Las Vegas, that allowed Business more public, try the system first-hand. Now Wacom has released a short video that gives the public an insight into designing with Magic Leap One and Wacom.
The video user, Amber Goelst, who works for Wacom's global UX & Innovation Strategy team , has been working with Magic Leap on the project called "Project Merlin" in the state of New York for some time. Video.
In the video, Goelst uses a Wacom Intuos Pro with a Pro Pen 3D pen to directly edit, draw, resize, and then draw unconnected notes on a 3D model in its real-world environment Nearby wall that was spatially mapped by the Magic Leap One.
Although the video calls the setup "Project" Merlin, "the two companies have been for the app Calling Spacebridge According to Wacom, the app, which was primarily developed by Magic Leap, allows up to eight users to collaborate in real time.
The software is not yet associated with a release date or price Dynamics applications are likely to surpass anything that is currently being considered by both companies, as developers are enhancing the new interaction in a new and interesting way to its native Helio web browser