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New tier-1 player in the AR world

“Based on our careful inspection of the underlying technology of Lumus’ optical engines, Quanta has decided to proactively enter the smart glasses market”, says Quanta President and Vice Chairman C.C. Leung. Quanta is the largest supplier of notebook computers in the world along with network systems, home entertainment, mobile communication, automotive electronics, and digital home markets.


Expanding from VR to AR

HTC is a global Taiwan-based innovator in smart mobile devices and technology, and has produced award–winning products and industry firsts since its inception in 1997, including many critically acclaimed products such as the revolutionary Vive virtual reality system. HTC position itself as a major power in the virtual reality space with its Vive headset and related efforts. “Our current investment [in Lumus] is aligned with HTC’s natural extension into augmented reality following our successful Vive launch earlier this year,” David Chen, COO of HTC said in a statement.

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Enhancing human capabilities

DAQRI is focused on delivering technologies that redefine what is humanly possible. Daqri's enterprise-grade computer vision combines with their software defined light breakthroughs to make the most powerful augmented reality platform. Daqri ground breaking AR Increase productivity, efficiency and safety, both professionally and personally, and enrich the everyday.

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Scorpion - Helmet mounted cueing system

Thales Visionix's Scorpion is the worlds only full-color helmet display system. It allow combat pilots precise head-steered weapons and sensor cueing. Scorpion features full-color 360º x 360º conformal color symbology on the "real world" and enables pilots to rapidly acquire targets and hand-off to sensors and weapons.

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Improving lives by improving sight

Essilor is the world's largest manufacturer of ophthalmic lenses which makes it one of the largest optics companies in the world. The company is based in France, employs more than 60,000 employees, active in more than 100 countries and is listed on Euro Stoxx 50 index. Essilor created Varilux, the world's first progressive lens and invests more than 200 Million EUR a year in R&D - with particular recourse to virtual reality.

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Glasses Should Adapt

Deep Optics is an Israeli start-up and developer of innovative electronic lenses technology, with a mission to transform the world of vision correction, and lead the era of adaptive eye glasses.
Our tunable lenses will enable, for the first time, the realization of glasses that automatically change their optical prescription depending on the user’s distance of interest.


Answering the AR needs of Asia

“Jorjin Technologies is excited to offer Lumus technology to all of our enterprise and government customers in the power utility, medical and industrial sectors of Asian markets,” says Tom Liang, Chairman of Jorjin Technologies, a leading global supplier of wireless system-in-package (SiP) modules and application processor system-on-modules (SoM) for wearable applications. “The appetite in Asian markets such as China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan is enormous, and Jorjin intends to make a significant footprint in this explosive market.


Assist service at first sight

A spin-off of KNAPP AG. ivii represents communication with all the senses, independent of time and space. With the help of the latest web conference and augmented reality services, valuable expertise is available at all times, wherever you need it. Fault rectification, troubleshooting and other services can be implemented quickly and efficiently.

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Experience your AR dream

InfinityAR’s technology can turn any device into a powerful content augmentation platform, using basic and affordable hardware – simple stereoscopic cameras. InfinityAR's SW engine enables accurate 3D digital scene representation of one’s current physical environment, allowing users to intuitively interact with augmented content using natural hand movements. "Lumus has developed the best optical engine in the world, and we’ve designed an AR engine that provides developers with an intuitive way to develop AR applications", says Motti Kushnir, InfinityAR CEO.

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The ultimate mobile smartglasses

AiR™ smartglasses brings a complete enterprise solution: rich visuality, mobile, enterprise ready and android compatible. The AiR Glasses have dual vibrant see-through displays with a large field of view, dual RGB cameras in combination with a 3D depth camera and an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor which allows the AiR Glasses to be the most interactive and powerful smart glasses on the market.
Atheer AiR Glasses empowers users to see and change the World around them.

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"AceReal One" are Dust and drip-proof helmet-attachable industrial AR smart glasses

Sun Corporation is a diversified Japanese conglomerate with holdings in security forensics, entertainment, personal computers, video games and mobile apps, and more. AceReal is a total solution system with AR technology. Industrial AR glasses and sophisticated AR software provide an improvement to business efficiency to users.

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