Patented, gesture-based smartglasses platform for enterprise
While startups like Meta, Magic Leap and Atheer have been making the most visible progress in augmented reality so far, technology heavyweights are also eyeing it.
Atheer, the company pioneering the AiR™ (Augmented interactive Reality™) computing platform, today announced a partnership with Xciel Inc., the manufacturer of Intrinsically Safe (IS) family of portable devices, to bring advanced smart glasses technologies to workers in the oil and gas industry.
The AR devices EPRI is looking at are from startups like Atheer and DAQRI. Mountain View, Calif.-based startup Atheer sells a pair of smart glasses along with a cloud-based enterprise software suite for building AR programs.
Atheer, the company pioneering the new AiR™ (Augmented interactive Reality™) computing platform, today announced that it has closed a $14 million Series B funding round led by Signatures Capital and Streamlined Ventures and joined by new and existing investors including Fang Group, Shanda Group, FundersClub and RONA Holdings.
TeamViewer®, the global pioneer of remote control and online collaboration software, today announced a strategic partnership with Atheer, creators of the new AiR™ (Augmented interactive Reality™) computing platform including the AiR Glasses, the world's most interactive smart glasses, and the collaboration-centric AiR Enterprise Suite.
Atheer, a company that builds augmented reality glasses and software for the enterprise, today announced that it has acquired Portland’s OnTheGo Platforms (OTG).
Masimo (NASDAQ: MASI) and Atheer announced today that they will unveil a prototype of the Root Iris display App using the Atheer AiR (Augmented interactive Reality) platform and AiR Glasses at the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) annual conference.
Atheer, the company pioneering Augmented interactive Reality (AiR™) by combining the power of mobile 3D augmented reality with gesture-based interaction, today announced its founding membership in the Augmented Reality for Enterprise Alliance (AREA).
Atheer Labs, a start-up company based in Mountain View, Calif., created the program to help doctors and health care professionals in their day-to-day tasks.“Atheer is building a new form of interactive augmented air glasses- we call it air computing,” Alberto Torres, CEO of Atheer Labs told FoxNews.com. “They are glasses that allow you to see three-dimensional objects in the air that you can interact with through gestures.”
Wearable technology startup Atheer Labs has tapped former HP executive Alberto Torres as its new CEO.Torres, who was leading HP’s mobile efforts until two months ago, said he was attracted to Atheer by the opportunity to bring computing to groups of mobile workers who don’t have their hands free to use a tablet or phone.
Atheer‘s glasses let you see an overlay of information over the real world — like Google Glass — but they also let you manipulate digital fields or content with hand gestures. A sensor built into the pair of glasses can pick up the shape of your hands and whether you’re swiping left or right, or clicking on an augmented reality button.
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