The allure of the Northern Lights may have some competition in its future. Tónandi—created by the Magic Leap Studios team in partnership with Sigur Rós—recently took home the top award for the Immersive Reality Technical Achievement category at the D.I.C.E. Awards in Las Vegas.
Magic Leap is thrilled to have been honored by the D.I.C.E. Awards, which is widely regarded as the most credible, respected, and recognized awards for the interactive entertainment community. The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, leader of the awards, has a 33,000+ membership base and we are humbled to have been recognized by our peers.
As Magic Leap creators and developers pioneer the future of immersive experiences, Tónandi will render the words “see, hear, touch and feel” superfluous; its audiovisual feats redefine how people experience the intersection of light and sound housed in a spatial computing ecosystem.
This achievement is more than just a win for the Tónandi experience; It's a testament to the creative doors that have opened with Magic Leap One.
Tónandi layers Magic Leap’s proprietary Soundfield Audio with interactive elements that ebb and flow with hand gestures in real time. It’s science and the supernatural come to life. By combining these feature with GPU simulations and particle systems that create sound spirits, the total immersive takeaway creates an electrifying memory.