Creators focused on augmented reality have a chance to attend a conference to learn more about the Magic Leap One Creator Edition and how to build software for the headset.
The two-day event is being called the L.E.A.P. Conference and it will be held Oct. 9 and 10 in Los Angeles. Applications will be accepted all the way until Oct. 3, but space is limited and Magic Leap will individually approve folks who get the chance to actually register. So if you have a Magic Leap One and you’re in California already it is probably in your best interest to apply soon. People who are approved will receive an email explaining next steps and the registration process is free.
One of the key questions on the application asks was whether you are “currently developing on Magic Leap hardware”, so it seems reasonable if registration preference is granted to current owners of Magic Leap hardware.
We don’t know much more than that, but our initial impressions of ML1 suggest it is a solid AR developer kit and tweets from CEO Rony Abovitz make it seem like this event should resemble most other developer conferences.
We will also share more of our vision, roadmap, and focus on some key partners who have joined us in the spatial computing revolution ????
— Rony Abovitz (@rabovitz) August 30, 2018
But then again this is Magic Leap and Leapers certainly approach some things differently.