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Magic Leap’s new website has some bizarre easter eggs for you to decipher



Magic Leap very well could be one giant, well-funded performance art piece.

Today, the augmented reality company (which, again, has yet to launch a product or share any details of a product despite raising absurd amounts of dough) launched a new website.

The website is nice. It’s modern, pretty bare bones, it has a new red version of their logo and a sign-up page to “keep in touch.” Interestingly, the site no longer has any of the rendered video demos or any of CEO Rony Abovitz’s odd, rambling blog posts. Nothing too crazy.

BUT there’s some weird stuff hidden within, stuff that calls back to a bizarre (and, if I’m being honest, incredibly annoying) neo-dadaist TEDx “talk” the CEO gave in Sarasota, Florida in 2012. You just have to watch to even begin to believe it came from a company backed with billions of dollars from Google, Alibaba, Andreessen Horowitz and other tech stalwarts.

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