Enter a new era of education

The University of Miami is proud to be the first academic partner with Magic Leap to pioneer the next frontier in education and computing. By bridging the physical and digital worlds, the partnership will forge new ways to explore art, science, music, and other disciplines through a concept known as spatial computing.

The vision is to create the world’s first spatially connected campus that will reimagine learning for the future through shared knowledge, new tools and learning materials, and bringing people together in the same virtual space.

All this is possible thanks to Magic Leap, founded by University of Miami alumnus Rony Abovitz. Magic Leap has invented a computing platform that works in harmony with human physiology.

A wearable device that brings the virtual world into the real world, the Magic Leap One glasses allows the user to interact with digital experiences in our physical environment. It’s the next big shift in the evolution of computing, a frontier the University and Magic Leap is committed to exploring together.

The adventure begins on November 13 with three days of events on campus. Here you can discover more about Magic Leap and step into the world of spatial computing with personal demos of the wearable device, the Magic Leap One.

So join in the effort to reimagine the way the world learns. From November 13-15, demos will be held at the Wellness Center Centre Court from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on a first-come, first-serve basis. Information on signing up for additional demos at the School of Architecture Korach Gallery can be found below.

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