Introducing Spatial, a brand new way to collaborate in Augmented Reality. Turn any room into an infinite workplace and remotely work together as if you were face to face. Watch the full video at https://spatial.is
Spatial and Hololens or Magic Leap: Using AR to Redefine Video Conferencing. This Could Work!One of the things that former Intel CEO Andy Grove regretted when he left the company was going into video conferencing. Intel lost its shirt in what was the second major effort to get this technology to replace air travel.
Spatial Raises $8 Million Seed Investment for AR/VR Collaboration PlatformAfter two years in stealth, Spatial today announced an $8 million seed investment to build out its AR/VR collaboration platform. Spatial is building an immersive workspace that allows multiple users to connect through AR and VR headsets, as well as support for non-immersive users connected by PC or phone.
Spatial raises $8 million for augmented reality collaboration platformAfter two years in stealth, Spatial is launching its augmented reality collaboration platform that enables a kind of holographic teleportation through AR. It turns any room into a 3D workspace, and it has enabled Spatial to raise $8 million in venture capital funding. With Spatial, users connect remotely and express ideas using lifelike avatars.
Spatial's collaborative AR platform is basically FaceTime in 3DCo-founders Anand Agarawala and Jinha Lee have prior experience with AR and 3D projects at companies like Google and Samsung and decided to build Spatial together a couple of years ago. "Most people in AR and VR are interested in gaming and entertainment," Agarawala told Engadget.
Spatial Debuts 'Minority Report'-Inspired Augmented Reality Collaboration ToolHollywood gave them the idea for their product. Now, their product could help Hollywood come up with new ideas: New York-based augmented reality (AR) startup Spatial came out of stealth Wednesday with a new collaboration tool that seems like taken straight out of "Minority Report."
Spatial raises $8 million to bring augmented reality to your office lifeLegitimate augmented reality use cases are hard to come by. Spatial, which dubs itself as a cross-reality platform, is launching today with $8 million in seed funding from iNovia Capital, Uber co-founder and Expa founder Garret Camp, Samsung Next, Joi Ito of MIT Media Lab, Mark Pincus and Andy Hert...
Video conferencing sucks. Could "augmented" meetings replace it?I doodle a quick sketch on my iPhone. I hit a button, and it's floating in front of me as a bright pink Post-it. I grab the note, then toss it 15 feet where it sticks to the wall next to a giant mood board of images and notes.
Spatial Bursts Out Of Stealth With Cash And XR TelepresenceAfter two years in stealth, Spatial is launching its cross-platform XR collaboration App that enables holographic telepresence through augmented reality, turning any room into a 3D workspace. With Spatial, users connect remotely and express ideas seamlessly using lifelike avatars, unlocking a new level of computing that is not confined by space, no matter what device they are using.
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