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Magic Leap opens its augmented reality platform to developers

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Magic Leap's vision for the future of augmented reality is mind-blowing. However, the mysterious startup, which Google backed with a hefty cash investment, knows this won't be possible without support from third-party developers. That's why it plans to open up its AR platform to content creators, including those who make games, films and more. Today's announcement took place at MIT's EmTech Digital conference, where CEO Rony Abovitz and other members of Magic Leap's team took the stage to reveal their intentions. The SDK is expected to support both the Unreal and Unity gaming engines, which signals a good start. If you're a developer interested in gaining access to these tools, you can register now via the company's website.

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