We move now on to part five in the series on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) companies that could possibly make a unique impact on the Metaverse and Web3. For those readers visiting us for the first time, here’s the link to number one in the series.
1. Pixeldust Studios
Pixeldust Studios is an award-winning media production studio that specializes in animation, video production, interactive media design, and location-based experiences, along with NFT design and production, VR and AR services.
Pixeldust’s objectives are to combine proprietary techniques and world-class creative talent to develop productions that appeal to audiences of all ages.
Founded in 2004 by Ricardo Andrade and Elizabeth Andrade, the company has studios in New York, Washington DC, Madrid Spain, and Monterrey Mexico.
Pixarch was founded in 2005 by Mohammad Rizwan and provides exclusive services of Architectural Visualizations, 360 Degree Virtual Walk-through, Photo-Realistic Views, 3D Rendering, 3D Floor Plans, Augmented Reality, Touch Screen Presentation Solutions, and Visual Designs.
Touch4IT is a software and design house with a unique team of specialists that builds innovative solutions delivering a stunning digital experience.
Specializing in Custom Software Development, Mobile and Web Applications Development, UX/UI Design, UX Optimization, Virtual and Augmented Reality, the Internet of Things (IoT) and others, Touch4IT has 250 successful projects in its portfolio. With an international team, the company has successfully realized projects in 16 countries around the world and has business representatives in the US, China, Norway, Scotland, and Japan.
Based in Bratislava, Slovakia, Touch4IT was founded in 2015 by Matej Mihalech, Matej Gyárfáš, Michael Korman, and Richard Rostecky.
Medivis is a New York City-based medical technology company harnessing augmented reality and artificial intelligence to advance medical imaging and surgical navigation
Founded in 2016 by Osamah Choudhry and Christopher Morley, Medivis’ FDA-cleared SurgicalAR with HoloLens 2 leverages augmented reality and artificial intelligence to improve surgical outcomes for patients and drive cost savings for institutions.
Medivis has raised a total of $2.5 million in outside funding over three rounds.
And that’s a wrap on VR/AR companies shaping the metaverse.