We are proud to present our Portfolio Reel, representing projects, demos and experiments selected from our recent work.
A Closer Look
In order of appearance in our portfolio reel above, a deeper dive into the examples shown.
Working in collaboration with the team at CNN, Extality developed the CNN Magic Leap Experience, allowing the world to experience TV news media in an entirely new way.
In addition to spatial storytelling, the CNN App on Magic Leap One features the ability for users to launch up to four TV screens, place them anywhere in their space, and resize the screens as they see fit.
Mixed Reality brings powerful visualization abilities to many industries. With the Floorplan demo, we show the ability for architects, builders, real estate agents and leasing offices alike the ability to show the inside of any space on a tabletop with photorealistic accuracy. Virtual furniture placement, materials selection, or even a full re-design are possible for lower cost and with rapid turnaround.
The Extality team developed a concept for ASICS® which allows sneakers to be visualized with highly-realistic virtual models. Using a photogrammetry process where dozens of photographs of the shoe are converted into a high resolution mesh and texture, Extality was able to create world-class digital twins of ASICS' products.
Training on complex, expensive and sometimes machinery is made easy and safe using Mixed Reality. In this example we show a training module for a drill press that teaches a basic drilling operation and provides safety warnings as well. Training can be performed at home, on the job site, or anywhere else with ease.
For Phononic, Extality developed a realistic product placement viewer for their line of refrigerator/freezer products. Users can virtually test-fit products they are considering, and see animated operation of the freezer and access example contents.
In this example, a roofing and siding company can provide a customer with a virtual in-home demo of various material and color selections for their residence. This allows contractors and manufacturers to accelerate the buyer's decision process, and increase customer satisfaction by providing a realistic picture of the final product well before delivery.
Multi-user viewing of complex virtual models is an excellent way for design teams to collaborate on objects too large or expensive to produce physically. Manufacturing costs are greatly reduced when prototypes can be quickly shown to stakeholders with real-time edits and iteration.
Educational applications of Mixed Reality are incredibly exciting. In this demo, a mammoth skeleton is brought to life, allowing animation and interaction with objects big and small, enlarged or shrunk down to any size needed in the classroom.
With real-time shadows and realistic lighting, the line between virtual objects and the real world is becoming increasingly blurred. Prototyping and test-fitting of not-yet-produced objects is made possible in exciting ways.