Magic Leap has collaborated with Scotland-based Square Slice Studios, which was helped to establish by comic book industry veteran Grant Morrison, to make content for its mixed reality headset.
You may know the productive author for his work with Batman and All-Star Superman, and in addition for making the limit pushing science fiction funnies The Invisibles, among numerous different things. The studio will evoke interactive encounters for the headset, however, it still can’t seem to uncover their correct nature. While we can likely expect some interactive comics, it’s important that Morrison helped to establish the organization with various different creatives, including Grand Theft Auto craftsman Stewart Waterson.
Morrison’s statement hints at something big, though:
“Storytelling is my passion and I’ve found that new platforms allow me to extend my creative boundaries. We see Magic Leap as the next great platform for storytelling and we are excited to collaborate on content that helps bring our wildest dreams to life in the near future.”
Magic Leap likewise has an association with Madefire that will make the administration’s mixed reality comics accessible on the headset from the very beginning.
In any case, by collaborating with Square Slice Studios, it’s demonstrating that it will put resources into making great content for its stage notwithstanding giving clients access to existing non-exclusive contributions.
The speculation could pay off later on when the organization can never again depend on long periods of mystery and promotion to offer the gadget. Magic Leap’s mixed reality headset – one of them at any rate, since there should be different variants – will begin dispatching this late spring.
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