📄️ Developer Mode
Instructions for enabling Developer Mode on device
📄️ Sleep Mode
Sleep mode is a feature that allows MagicLeap 2 to conserve battery life by turning off the display and suspending the applications when the device is not in use. Starting from OS version 1.3.0-dev2, sleep mode is enabled by default for all devices. This means that your applications need to handle the events of entering and exiting sleep mode properly, otherwise they may encounter unexpected errors or crashes.
📄️ Hardware Specs
This section provides an overview of Magic Leap 2 hardware specifications.
🗃️ Updating the OS
📄️ Field of View
This document details the devices felid of view as well as the field of view of the world and RGB cameras.
Magic Leap 2 allows developers to access the data from a variety of sensors. A general overview of what’s on each Magic Leap 2 headset is provided in this Learn More document. This guide details the different sensors available on the Magic Leap 2, as well as how you can access them. Some sensors are available through Magic Leap’s SDK, and many can be accessed through the Android Sensor API. Eventually, the sensors will all be standardized for use through the Android Sensor API.
📄️ Controller LED
Magic Leap 2's controller has a single LED dot. Different combinations of colors and flashes communicate different pieces of information about the controller's status.
📄️ Headset LED
Magic Leap 2's headset has a single LED dot. Different combinations of colors and flashes communicate different pieces of information about the headset status.
📄️ Compute Pack LED
This article explains what action the Magic Leap 2 Compute Pack's LED patterns signify.
📄️ Hardware Tips
How to Determine Device Edition