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October 13, 2015 11:37 AM

Magic Leap toasts its vision for the future of personal computing

The groundbreaking celebrated the tech company’s new 260,000-square-foot Plantation campus

All South Florida employees – now about 200 – will work at the former Motorola facility after build-out

CEO Rony Abovitz said details about the technology will be unveiled “soon”

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