This is the second update from The Next View we’ve been following since the headset was revealed back in June.
In a post earlier this month, we detailed how Magic Leap had been working on a version of the Magic Leap Motion Capture system that would allow users to control their augmented reality virtual reality experiences through a smartphone.
Now we’re getting a better look at that system.
The system, which is still under development, uses a pair of cameras on a smartphone to capture images of the environment around a user.
These images can then be processed by a software program that converts them into a 3D model of the user’s environment.
This 3D modeling can then then be used to create a virtual environment for the user to experience using a smartphone app.
This software program is called Motion Builder and it has been used for years to create 3D models of objects that are relatively easy to manipulate, and it was recently featured on Apple’s App Store as an alternative to third-party software.
Motion Builder allows users to draw a 3-D model for their environment using a phone’s camera.
Users can then tap into the model to interact with the environment.
The app is free to download, but the developer of Motion Builder said in a blog post on Monday that it will require $30 per year in order to be fully functional.
Motion Builder is currently only available in the US.
The company said that it is planning to release Motion Builder for other markets in the coming months.
The Next View has reached out to the Motion Builder developer for comment.