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Magic Leap buys decentralized mesh computing startup

Magic Leap Inc., a developer of proprietary spatial computing and experiential platforms, has acquired Computes Inc., a decentralized mesh computing startup, according to an Oct. 5 post on the Magic Leap website.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

"Through the many private beta users already using Computes, we look to gain valuable feedback and begin developing a portfolio of services for developers, creators, enterprises and end-users to help leverage the power of spatial computing on any platform," the company said in a blog post.

Magic Leap is headquartered in Florida, with locations in Los Angeles, Mountain View, Calif., Seattle, Austin, Dallas, the U.K., New Zealand and Israel.