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Augmented reality startup Magic Leap, which Google placed a $500 million bet on back in 2013, today showed off some brand-new raw video footage recorded with the technology last week. It includes a floating drone and solar system in an office somewhere — and it’s pretty freaking awesome.
The clip was demoed at the WSJD Live event in California, the same event where outspoken Uber CEO Travis Kalanick slammed a whole bunch of things (as usual), and offered comment on the ride-sharing battle in China, as well as Uber’s IPO plans.
Magic Leap is widely being seen as Google’s attempt to get into the VR/AR game and counter Facebook-backed Oculus — though Microsoft’s HoloLens is probably more of a competitor to Magic Leap’s technology.
In June, Magic Leap unveiled its development platform to allow developers to create augmented-reality apps. If this latest video doesn’t get you excited about what the future of AR has in store, I don’t know what will.
You can check out the new video below:
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