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Encounter the next era of computing

Encounter the next era of computing

We’re Magic Leap, and we’re a different kind of tech company. One that’s changing how people interact with the digital world.

So, naturally, the journey starts with building a totally new kind of computer. One that’s lightweight, wearable and capable of changing the way we experience the world. One that frees the digital content from behind screens and brings it into the world around us, making everything from shopping to entertainment to communication and productivity better and more natural.

So imagine music you can see and touch, movie screens that can be put anywhere, and games that pour into your living room with characters that take over your couch. We know it sounds impossible, but that’s kind of the point. Headquartered in sunny South Florida and with offices around the globe, we are a company of people who see and do things a little differently. Well, a lot differently.

And that’s where you come in.

Latest Stories and News

Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz is stepping down

  • VentureBeat
  • this week
  • Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz confirmed he has raised a new round of funding, and he also said that he will step down as the augmented reality company’s top executive.
  • In a statement, Abovitz confirmed rumors that the company had raised a last-minute round of funding, but he didn’t say where it came from and he didn’t say the amount raised.
  • Abovitz is to be applauded for the vision that got the company to its valuation in the billions of dollars. But it is probably a good time to find someone who can make a business out of all of that value.
Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz is stepping down

Magic Leap raises $350 million, withdraws layoff notices

  • The Information
  • 1 week ago
  • Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz told employees Thursday his struggling augmented reality firm had raised $350 million from existing and new investors.
  • Last valued at over $6.4 billion, Magic Leap has raised over $2.5 billion from investors including Google, Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, Temasek, AT&T and Fidelity.
  • The startup was never able to achieve Abovitz’s vision of making its augmented reality technology a mainstream product.
  • Abovitz has proven to be an indefatigable fundraiser.
Magic Leap raises $350 million, withdraws layoff notices

Spatial goes free, aiming to become the Zoom of virtual collaboration

  • Engadget
  • 2 weeks ago
  • Spatial is changing up its strategy - starting today, it's making its collaboration platform available for free, and it's also broadening access by adding support for web browsers, iPhone, Android and the Oculus Quest.
  • By removing the barriers to its service, the company is aiming to attract users looking for something more engaging than a chaotic Zoom call.
  • Not every company needs to hold meetings in Spatial just yet. At the moment, it's best suited for outfits that could really take advantage of 3D collaboration, especially if they regularly work with product renders.
Spatial goes free, aiming to become the Zoom of virtual collaboration

Sarah Citron

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Eldar Khaliullin

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Founder @CarTooth, @Drively • Studied at @Purdue University
Total raised


Funded over

4 rounds

Latest round

Series D (Oct 2017)