Magic Leap

Magic Leap provides a proprietary wearable technology that enables users to interact with digital devices in a completely visually cinematic way. The Company develops Mixed Reality computing platform, that makes it possible for users to interact with the world, and Dynamic Digitized Lightfield Signal, which enables users to generate images from real objects and then place those images into the real world.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Dania Beach, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
1,228 (est)+2%
Magic Leap was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Dania Beach, US

Key People at Magic Leap

Rony Abovitz

Rony Abovitz

President, CEO & Founder
Jean-Yves Bouguet

Jean-Yves Bouguet

Director, Computer Vision
Graeme Devine

Graeme Devine

Chief Creative Officer, VP Games, Apps & CR Experiences
Paul Greco

Paul Greco

Senior Vice President Hardware Engineering and Programs

Magic Leap Office Locations

Magic Leap has an office in Dania Beach
Dania Beach, US (HQ)
B454 1855 Griffin Rd

Magic Leap Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Magic Leap's latest funding round in September 2017 was reported to be $500 m. In total, Magic Leap has raised $1.9 b. Magic Leap's latest valuation is reported to be $8 b.

Magic Leap Financial Metrics

USD

Market valuation

8 b
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Magic Leap Median Salaries

Source: 78 public H-1B filings from Magic Leap

Traffic Overview of Magic Leap

Magic Leap Online and Social Media Presence

Magic Leap News and Updates

Magic Leap just had some of its secrets spilled by Andre Iguodala

In an interview about his thoughts on the next big things in tech, Golden State Warriors small forward Andre Iguodala gushed on augmented reality and undoubtedly skated the lines of violating his Magic Leap NDA as he described his demo with the product, which he called a “disruption of life.”

AR/VR Weekly: Augmented reality needs our patience

Apple launched iOS 11 today, and this means that anyone with an iPhone or iPad that supports the new software can now jump into augmented reality. And we’re not talking about the pseudo-AR of Pokémon Go — this means, to paraphrase Obi-Wan Kenobi, games and apps which take the first steps into a larg…

Apple’s AR quest begins with … poop

ANALYSIS: People who watch technology closely — especially those optimistic about VR and AR — are scratching their heads this week trying to understand how Apple “undersold” those features so significantly. At the Apple September Keynote, there was no mention of VR at all despite the iPhone X being …

Equity podcast: SoFi loses its CEO, big rounds for unicorns, and will this VC buy the iPhone X?

 Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture-capital themed podcast that we are bringing live to Disrupt SF next Wednesday. All the cool kids will be there to chat numbers and heckle. This week Katie Roof, Matthew Lynley, and myself — Alex Wilhelm — were joined by Accel’s Jake Flomenberg …

Magic Leap reportedly seeks $500 million at $6 billion valuation

High-flying augmented reality startup Magic Leap is trying to raise $500 million at a $6 billion valuation, according to a report in Bloomberg. The Florida startup has already raised $1.3 billion to fund its AR glasses, which have been the subject of much speculation because they can reportedly crea…
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Magic Leap Company Life and Culture

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