The augmented reality company of more than 4,000 million dollars has launched a message on social networks to attract developers interested in creating content for the device.
Rony Abovitz, CEO of Magic Leap, has launched a call to all developers interested in creating content for the company’s augmented reality device. The company has not yet shown its product in public, since to date we have only been able to see promotional videos about the possibilities of the technology. Magic Leap is aware that to launch its viewer, it is not only necessary to have the device, but also that it comes accompanied by content. Therefore, they recently reinforced their ranks with the acquisition of Fuzzycube Software, and now launch this call that would theoretically give access to the secret hardware.
If you are a developer / creator / artist-we would love to hear from you.
If you are a developer/creator / artist – we would love to hear from you (sign up at https://t.co/v6dAR1GPTw)
— Rony Abovitz (@rabovitz) May 11, 2017
There are rumors that the launch of the device will take place this year, according to Business Insider. So this move could signal the arrival of development kits that could come with early access programs commented Julia Gaynor, spokesperson for Magic Leap. “We are currently working with a select group of developers and creators, but we will expand access to our platform throughout the year. Registration now helps us better plan our early access programs, creator events and production. We look forward to supporting the creation of new worlds, social experiences and amazing new applications.”
Interested developers can sign up through this link, in which they request contact details, as well as interests and preferred programming languages.