Now that the cat's out of the bag, Magic Leap has published videos of a pair of apps that will be available to Magic Leap One early adopters.
One of the videos show off Create, an app that turns users' homes into augmented reality canvases. Magic Leap One's spatial mapping enables users to place 3D content on surfaces throughout their space.
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The app also gives users the ability to paint in the air.
The video shows a variety of content, including floating jellyfish, sparring cartoon knights, roaring dinosaurs, and floating Rube Goldberg machines, among others.
Another video gives us a look at Tónandi, the app that ambient rockers Sigur Rós announced before, but the new video gives us a closer look at how the experience actually plays. The app spawns a mystical environment in the user's space, with glowing trees and floating fish. As users interact with the content, the soundtrack reacts in kind.
Magic Leap has previously previewed experiences from Square Slice, Madefire, Framestore, and Lucasfilm, among others. Surely, there's more apps to come between now and the end of the year (a.k.a. the delivery timeline for pre-orders).
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