4 VR/AR Companies For The Metaverse: Part 9

For today, we’ve got part nine in the series on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) companies that could possibly influence the development of the Metaverse and Web3.

Powered by the Metaverse Insider, here’s the link to the first part of the series to get you started.

1. Xennial Digital

Credit: Xennial Digital

Xennial Digital is a tech company focused on building eXtended Reality (VR/AR) platforms, content and solutions for enterprise and academic organizations by accelerating the development and deployment of XR solutions through its XD XR Platform, which offers a comprehensive set of enterprise features, such as a secure content distribution portal which easily integrates with authentication systems; a content layer with out-of-the-box multi-language and multi-user capabilities; and an Admin/Customer Portal that enables the management and visualization of user performance metrics, content analytics and reporting.

Founded in 2018 by Douglas Fajardo and Lorenzo Vallone, Xennial Digital is based in Miami, Florida.

2. Hi Dev Mobile

Credit: Hi Dev Mobile

Established in 2010 by Edwar Habr, San Francisco-based Hi Dev Mobile is a software and hardware development and design company. Hi Dev’s mission is to help its customers build software and hardware products that are going to impact the world. In doing so, its clients work intimately with its graphic designers and engineers to produce the best product.

The company’s services include Software Services Hybrid Application Development ( Xamarin, Flutter, Ionic, React), Unity Gaming Development, Virtual and Augmented Reality Development, Website Development, Web Application Development, Enterprise Software Development, AI, Machine Learning, and UI/UX.

3. Quidich Innovation Labs

Quidich Innovation Labs, one of the best VR/AR companies
Credit: Quidich Innovation Labs

Quidich Innovation Labs provides services to sports broadcasters, GECs and film productions worldwide. Having worked with the likes of ICC, BCCI, Star Sports, Sunset + Vine, Sony, BBC, Discovery, and many more, its team comes with a complete understanding of both the broadcast and film ecosystem.

Providing broadcast-grade augmented reality on a drone, Quidich Innovation Labs has successfully deployed its proprietary real-time optical player-tracking solution, Quidich Tracker (QT).

Based in Mumbai, India, Quidich Innovation Labs was founded by Rahat Kulshreshtha in 2013.

4. QReal (formerly Kabaq.io)

One of the leading VR/AR companies, QReal
Credit: QReal

QReal is a New York City-based startup founded in 2016 by Alper Guler and Caner Soyer. QReal’s Group Company, Glimpse Group, got listed on NASDAQ: VRAR as the first pure AR/VR software and services companies.

QReal established its beachhead within the AR industry by creating the most lifelike models of cuisine. For years, it perfected its modelling process to present dishes that look completely real, are platform agnostic and optimized for AR. We knew the same process would work for a whole myriad of brands and items — and thus QReal was born. Now, the company works in many different verticals, including fashion, luxury, automotive, and more.

James Dargan

James Dargan

James Dargan is a writer and researcher at The Metaverse Insider. His focus is on the QC startup ecosystem and he writes articles on the space that have a tone accessible to the average reader.

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