"Our plan is to continue rolling out support for other platforms, as Spatiate is already prepped for deployment on most VR and AR devices. You may see a few more surprises along the way as we explore deeper partner integrations with the industry," said Weiniger. "Beyond that, we see a lot of potential for the AcrossXR platform to deliver more apps of this nature, focusing on collaboration, accessibility, and innovation in spatial computing. We're excited to bridge the gap between the high-end premium headsets and the greater mobile market, as we believe all immersive content should be made available across all realities."
Spatiate may not be the biggest Magic Leap release to date, however, its cross-platform compatibility represents a major milestone for those who believe that augmented reality needs to be device agnostic (rather than within a walled garden, such as the iOS-only multi-user protocol of ARKit 2.0), in order to succeed as a paradigm shift in computing.