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Israel’s practical use of AR

This article focuses on some of the 50 Israeli startups that have been developing practical uses for AR – Augmented Reality. Applications include repairing a patient’s eye socket (see here); personal shopping (Mixed Place – see here) and Lumus (see … Continue reading

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Israeli tech in AR headsets

I’ve reported previously (see here) on the Augmented Reality (AR) optical engines developed by Israel’s Lumus. Now Taiwan’s Quanta Computer is to manufacture AR headsets with the Lumus technology inside. The product is expected to be on the market by … Continue reading

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Alibaba to open Israeli R&D center

Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba is to open a Research & Development lab in Israel. Alibaba has already invested in Israeli startups including Visualead, Infinity Augmented Reality, Lumus and Twiggle. It is also a partner of Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP). http://www.globes.co.il/en/article-alibaba-to-open-israel-rd-center-1001207672 … Continue reading

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Solutions for all industries

Israel’s Variscite develops systems on modules (i.e. hardware and software) for more than 1500 customers in over 50 countries. The companies include those in the medical, agriculture, automotive and multimedia industries. The latest module supports the Lumus DK-40 smart glasses. … Continue reading

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The optical engine to AR glasses

Israel’s Lumus produces optical engines – a critical part of Augmented Reality (AR) products.  Its customers build AR glasses, visors, goggles, and headsets including Thales, Atheer and DAQRI.  Lumus has just raised $15 million in new funding.  (see also May … Continue reading

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Israeli glasses can see in the dark

“Lumus” and “Opgal“, two cutting-edge Israeli optics companies, have collaborated to develop a Google Glass-style night-vision display system. The Therm-App mobile device, mounted on headgear, transmits high-resolution images to the Lumus wearable display. http://itrade.gov.il/singapore/2014/05/15/google-watch-google-glass-face-competition-2-israeli-rivals/

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