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Abovitz spoke on its opening night to "welcome [them] to the Magic Leap family".

The cast of actors provided strong performances, particularly those assigned the role of "tech reporters".

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Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures 2m in funds for

Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

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Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive."It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over

Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

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Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive."It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures 2m in funds for

Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

Favorite books: Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Bukowski.

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Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive."It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet... Favorite books: Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Bukowski.

.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over

Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".

In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

Favorite books: Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Bukowski.

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Its headline: "Magic Leap conjures $502m in funds for $1.9bn total equity" was seen as concentrating too much on the made-up aspect of the technology, although defenders say it was simply playing with the convention of joyous puns on the name "magic" or "leap".In a twist that some are calling "Jobsian genius", the fact that Magic Leap has yet to provide any technology despite years of work and over $1bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive."It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet... Favorite books: Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Bukowski.

bn in investment was woven into the story to keep the franchise alive.

"It's still not totally clear what Magic Leap is doing, but it sure has raised a ton of money in order to do whatever it is that it's doing," a reporter from Tech Crunch regaled, while displaying the site's investigative prowess by noting: "We've been able to gather that the company may be launching a device called 'Magic Leap One'." Meanwhile, Futurism pushed the envelope even further by skipping over the actual announcement and referring to a future made-up funding round.

Geek Wire noted that Torch will "make 3D prototyping fast and simple, even for those who aren't technically advanced with VR and AR software development".

Torch 3D is going even bolder, telling the reporter: "We are establishing a new space of pre-production workflow for AR and VR applications that we haven't seen yet...

Favorite books: Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame by Bukowski.