In a latest “OMG, we wish one!” news, startup Magic Leap on Thursday teased a modernized protracted existence tech.
Unable to attend this week’s annual TED discussion in Vancouver, a association instead expelled a video showcasing an in-development diversion that will have we wiping drool from your chin.
“Unfortunately, we couldn’t make it to TED, though we wanted to share one of a things that we’d designed to share during a talk. This is a diversion we’re personification around a bureau right now,” a YouTube video outline said.
Based on Weta Workshop’s steampunk code Dr. Grordbort, a puzzling diversion is played with earthy gun props and what is presumably a headset (unseen in a video).
As zombie-like robots attack, a actor contingency aim and fire with a feign pistol, withdrawal charcterised whip outlines on walls and floors. In-game weapons are also available, including a arrange of unconventional cannon.
“No robots were spoiled in a creation of this video,” a Magic Leap’s outline said.
The association suggested no additional information about a demo. A Magic Leap orator declined to criticism to PCMag.
Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Florida, Magic Leap was innate out of a thought that people should come first, and computing and record should fit a needs, a startup said.
Silicon Valley apparently agreed. Last fall, Magic Leap pulled in $542 million in funding from tech giants like Google and Qualcomm. As partial of a deal, Google comparison clamp boss Sundar Pichai now sits on a startup’s house of directors.
In December, science-fiction author and diversion engineer Neal Stephenson assimilated a firm as “Chief Futurist.”
Apple, meanwhile, is reportedly operative on a possess protracted existence technology, presumably to contest opposite a likes of Magic Leap, as good as to take on Microsoft’s HoloLens, and any destiny iterations of Google Glassboth of that conceal digital information on a earthy world.