While Magic Leap doesn’t yet have a consumer edition of the Magic Leap One, that hasn’t stopped AT&T from building apps for mainstream audiences for the headset.

Elsewhere, startup 6D.ai, a company that shares Magic Leap’s dream of the AR cloud, officially released the iOS version of its platform from the confines beta while partnering with Qualcomm to supply spatial mapping to Snapdragon devices. Speaking of Snapdragon, AR hardware maker Ximmerse showed off its Rhino X headset, which bears some similarities to an AR headset from a galaxy far, far away.

Finally, Oculus CTO John Carmack took… more

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