Magic Leap Expands to Switzerland with New Optics Center, Reveals More About Seattle Facility

Next Reality AR

Facing mixed reviews for the Magic Leap One, Magic Leap has already returned to the lab to improve on the device's successor. On Monday, in a bid to facilitate further innovation and spread its physical footprint, Magic Leap revealed a new Center of Excellence in Lausanne, Switzerland, which will expand the company's overall research and development capacity.

CREAL Raises $7.2 Million to Bring its Light-field Display to AR Glasses

Road to VR

Switzerland-based CREAL is developing a light-field display which it hopes to bring to VR headsets and eventually AR glasses. Magic Leap, for instance, supports two focal lengths and jumps between them as needed.

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CREAL Reveals Its First Light-field AR & VR Headset Prototypes

Road to VR

Switzerland-based CREAL, which is developing a light-field display, has revealed its first prototype AR and VR headsets. Magic Leap, for instance, supports two focal planes and jumps between them as needed.

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Sundance New Frontier Announces 2019 Line-Up

VRScout

Fusing documentary-realism with magic-realism, and true and fictionalized stories with poetry and dreams. Walden / Switzerland (Director and screenwriter: Daniel Zimmermann, Producer: Aline Schmid) — A fir tree in an Austrian forest is felled and processed into wooden slats, which are then transported by train, boat and truck into the Brazilian rainforest. Sundance Film Festival has revealed their 2019 lineup for the New Frontier Exhibition.

Hands-on: CREAL is Shrinking Its Light-field Display for AR & VR Headsets

Road to VR

Switzerland-based CREAL is developing a light-field display which it believes will fit into VR headsets and eventually AR glasses. Magic Leap, for instance, supports two focal lengths and jumps between them as needed.

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Founded by CERN Engineers, CREAL3D’s Light-field Display is the Real Deal

Road to VR

Co-founded by former CERN engineers who contributed to the ATLAS project at the Large Hadron Collider, CREAL3D is a Switzerland-based startup that’s created an impressive light-field display that’s unlike anything in an AR or VR headset on the market today. Magic Leap, for instance, supports two focal lengths and jumps between them as needed.

Making Holograms a Reality Through Volumetric Capture, with Intel’s Raj Puran

XR for Business Podcast

Companies like Magic Leap and Hololens, those are great devices where most of the compute is done on the headset… well Magic Leap is actually done on a pack that’s wired in. Hey, we are Switzerland.

Making Holograms a Reality Through Volumetric Capture, with Intel's Raj Puran

XR for Business Podcast

Companies like Magic Leap and Hololens, those are great devices where most of the compute is done on the headset. well Magic Leap is actually done on a pack that's wired in. Hey, we are Switzerland. One day at a time, and many leaps forward as they come, right? Princess Leia's desperate holographic plea to Obi-Wan Kenobi might have been a vision of the far flung future in 1977, but today, volumetric capture is making that a reality.