Virtual reality and augmented reality have brought with them completely fresh experiences that can further immerse players into games.
No longer tied to a stationary TV screen, users are encouraged to physically explore a virtual space or navigate the real world.
Speaking at Unite Berlin 2018, Magic Leap interaction director Aleissia Laidacker gave three definitions for AR and VR, and the ‘mixed reality’ experience the company claims it’s creating.
VR is described as digital environments that shut out the real world. AR meanwhile is digital content on top of the real world.
For Magic Leap’s mixed reality, it’s described as digital content that interacts with the real world around the user.
This kind of experience brings about new design considerations, particularly with the unique technology and control setup of the Magic Leap One.
Magic Leap’s Director of Interaction Lab Brian Schwab walked through four design considerations for MR.
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