With a focus on the field of optics and photonics, the new center will work on developing technology for its future devices.
Magic Leap, which has already put on sale in the United States its first augmented reality viewer (Magic Leap One Creator Edition), has announced the opening of a new center in Lausanne (Switzerland), which will focus on drive the development of your technology for future devices. This Center of Excellence will join the five optical centers that they have in the United States (Seattle, Plantation, Boulder, Sunnyvale and Austin), trying to advance together in the field of optics and photonics.
“The development of photonics and optics is central to the future of Magic Leap and spatial computing,” he says Paul Greco, Engineering SVP and Magic Leap Hardware Programs. “We have assembled a world-class team that is very excited to help build the future of Magic Leap and space computing.”
The company shares that, like its Zurich office, Lausanne has proven to be a centre for innovation and state-of-the-art technological development. They hope to reveal more in the coming months about their commitment to this tech community.
On October 9-10, Magic Leap will hold its first developer conference in Los Angeles, an appointment for which they have already anticipated that they will share some of their advances and collaborations.