The possibilities are endless for how spatial computing can transform the way we interact with digital experiences, allowing the virtual and physical worlds to become seamlessly integrated.
My role has been to lead our design team to explore future vision scenarios across different industries, including manufacturing, entertainment, mobility, healthcare, gaming, shopping, construction, and more. By prototyping ideas and creating new concept experiences, our team explored over 100+ human-centered use cases and strategic scenarios showcasing how spatial computing can amplify human potential.
These explorations played a critical role in guiding various stakeholders within Magic Leap, helping them prioritize the development of features and capabilities for Magic Leap 2 and demonstrate to investors and clients the potential and evolution of this groundbreaking technology in the near, mid, and long-term future.
As we are no longer trapped in 2D screens, spatial interfaces can be contextually aware of our environment and persistently integrated into the physical world, making them smarter and more relevant to our needs. By interacting with three-dimensional elements, the immersion and sense of presence with virtual content are elevated, opening up possibilities to create experiences that extend human capabilities.
I helped craft spatial user experiences and interfaces for several product vision concepts, working with internal teams at Magic Leap teams as well as partnering with third-party companies to showcase potential experiences and applications for the Magic Leap platform.
Part of my role has involved helping communicate the concept of the metaverse (also referred to as the "magicverse" in the early Magic Leap days or also the "AR cloud") to both internal and external audiences. Understanding the metaverse is crucial as it represents a complex yet pivotal concept in this transformative era of computing.
I've created various visualizations, 3D models, and renderings that helped communicate what it is, how it operates, and highlight its key attributes.
One of my current engagements with Magic Leap is to build its first Product Guidelines, where we are focused on building clear documentation that effectively communicates to internal audiences the key features, capabilities, and systems that are part of Magic Leap's product and platform.
This project is critical to bringing alignment to Magic Leap's internal teams and stakeholders, helping them to have a better understanding of the product and platform, what the differentiators are compared to competitors, and bringing clarity to what they should be focusing on developing in the near, mid, and long-term future.