Former emancipatiebaas complains Magic Leap because of sexism
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The company behind the mysterious augmentedrealitybril (AR) Magic Leap has been sued by a former topvrouw. The startup would routinely guilty of sexism towards staff.
The charge is according to The Guardian submitted by Brown Campbell, the former vice president for marketing and brand identity. Campbell was by Magic Leap was adopted for the company to progress, because there is too much distinction existed between men and women. Attempts to do that were, according to her, however, was never taken seriously.
Campbell says that they CEO Rony Abovitz asked to do something on the sexist culture within Magic Leap. This would Campbell be dismissed.
In the indictment tells the topvrouw about the current culture within Magic Leap. According to her, women are not valued for their technical skills. Instead, they are as the stereotypes of housewives, wives and seksobjecten dropped.
The former employee founded within Magic Leap, a group that would look at how the headset is gender sensitive. With feedback of that group, however, would nothing have been done.
Magic Leap released some time ago a video in which the possibilities of the AR glasses will be shown. According to sources, it concerns a nepvideo that is not representative of where the glasses allow will be able. Until today, the gadget has not yet appeared on the market.
The company might also face problems. Staff running overtime to a prototype of the glasses to make them suitable, which recently added a photo to the outside was leaking.
Magic Leap is projecting virtual reality in the real world