Magic Leap today took the next step toward launch, previewing their platform and its development resources. Individuals and teams can sign up for a first look at its Creator Portal, access to the Lumin SDK and receive updates on the Magic Leap ecosystem.
Leading creators of world-class content are already using Unreal Engine 4 for Magic Leap One. In addition to Epic, studios using Unreal to develop content for Magic Leap include Framestore, ILMxLAB, Schell Games and Peter Jackson’s Wingnut AR.
Magic Leap One™: Creator Edition
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Unreal Engine 4 support for Magic Leap One includes the following features:
- Head tracking
- Eye tracking
- Gesture and hand tracking
- Room scanning and meshing
- Spatialized audio
- Microphone input
- 6DOF hand controller (Totem) tracking
- Vulkan and OpenGL support
- Use of Unreal Engine 4’s desktop and mobile forward rendering paths
“Magic Leap has truly created something magical in this combination of hardware breakthroughs and software innovations, which represents a giant leap towards the coming spatial computing revolution,” said Epic Games Founder and CEO Tim Sweeney.