Magic Leap brings spatial computing to enterprise

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Magic Leap has launched a new enterprise offering to bring its brand of spatial computing to collaboration, visualisation, training and location-based experiences.

Quick read

➨ The new Magic Leap Enterprise Suite is priced at $2,995

➨ Magic Leap has partnered with several developers to create applications in core areas

➨ Its spatial computing platform will launch in Japan in 2020

The story

The new Magic Leap Enterprise Suite, priced at $2,995, includes the Magic Leap 1, an updated version of Magic Leap One Creator Edition, as well as two years of access to enterprise-level support, Device Manager, which lets administrators manage hardware and software remotely, and RapidReplace.

To make the most of the spatial computing platform for collaboration, visualisation, training and location-based experiences, Magic Leap has partnered with Arvizio, Eon Reality, Immersion Analytics, Immersiv, Nomtek, Minsar, Obsess, PTC, RoOomy, Spatial, Spatiate, Taqtile, Verses and VIM to create applications in these core areas.

Many are available in Magic Leap World, with more rolling out over the next several months.

In the coming months, Magic Leap will begin rolling out Jump by Magic Leap, a communication, collaboration and co-presence platform beta programme, which will allow people who are either physically present or digitally co-present to collaborate.

Several organisations are already working with Magic Leap through its new enterprise suite, including BNP Paribas, Dow Jones Innovation Lab, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, Skender, Jabil and JetBlue Vacations.

Magic Leap is also partnering with Deloitte and the Boston Consulting Group to help their enterprise clients design and implement the spatial computing platform in their organisations.

Rony Abovitz, founder and chief executive officer of Magic Leap, said: “We believe spatial computing has limitless potential to positively impact our lives. We are at the beginning of that journey, as we start to change the way we work, and begin to think beyond the screens that have limited our creativity and our ability to reach our fullest potential.”

“The amazing companies who have started on this journey with us, all leaders in their industries, inspire and drive us, to continue to lead the innovation of the next era of computing—the spatial transformation.”

Magic Leap is also set to launch its spatial computing platform in Japan in 2020, with NTT Docomo exclusively offering Magic Leap 1.

Omar Khan, chief product officer at Magic Leap, said: “Today’s announcement heralds the arrival of a new chapter for spatial computing with an advanced technology platform for enterprises across all industry sectors. Our innovative partners are leading the charge by developing groundbreaking applications that will transform their businesses and customer experiences. Together, we are rewriting the playbook with smart applications that will yield greater efficiencies, deeper engagement and significant new business opportunities for all stakeholders.”

Image credit: Magic Leap