It’s time for part ten today in the series on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) companies powered by the Metaverse Insider. For those readers who missed the first part, here’s the link to it to get you started.
Moback is an augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) technology company focused on the development of autonomous vehicles and robotics technology.
Founded in 2011 by Devkumar Gandhi, Ravi Mishra and Uday Nayak, the San Jose, California-based company has a strong list of Fortune 1000 clients across many industries that appreciate its interactive visualization and simulation products.
Based in Houston, Texas, imaginX is at the intersection of academic research in augmented and virtual reality and customized commercial applications.
Founded in 2018 by Girish Prabhu, imaginX designs and deploys elegant technology solutions in the fields of education, healthcare, consumer goods, manufacturing, real estate, architecture, travel, and industrial processes.
3. PIXO VR
PIXO VR offers a complete, end-to-end, extended reality (XR) solution for enterprises.
Its patent-pending content distribution, management and analytics platform makes XR — including virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) applications — easier to manage than ever before.
With one cloud-based system, organizations can deploy, use and scale XR content across potentially numerous global endpoints and thousands of users and devices.
Headquartered in Royal Oak, Michigan, PIXO VR was founded in 2009 by Sean Hurwitz with the mission to unlock human potential and improve lives through the power of emerging technology.
Holo-Light is building the most powerful immersive streaming platform. Creating a “Netflix” for XR apps — empowering new and scalable AR/VR business cases — its product ISAR SDK breaks the performance barriers of mobile XR devices and gives access to the power of external servers and the cloud. AR3S is a powerful XR application for engineers and designers.
Holo-Light’s team of more than 40 employees in Munich and Innsbruck unites passionate developers and experienced business experts.
Holo-Light was founded in 2015 by Alexander Werlberger, Florian Haspinger, Luis Bollinger, Michael Oberlechner, and Susanne Haspinger. Since then, it has become a global AR/VR tech leader.
To date, Holo-Light has raised a healthy $12.3 million in funding over six rounds.