It’s part fifteen today in the series on virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) companies that have the potential to shape the Metaverse and Web3. For those who have missed the series so far, or are here for the very first time, here’s the link to number one in the series.
1. Rayqube Future Tech
Rayqube Future Tech is an interactive technology company based out of Jaipur with another office in Dubai, specialized in providing the latest technological solutions to events and activations.
With services that extend to augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and others, Rayqube Future Tech was founded in 2017.
Edigma isone of the award-winning companies specializing in the development of custom, content-driven interactive VR and AR experiences and digital signage projects. Combining design, creativity and technology, the company creates experiences that are both entertaining and meaningful, helping its clients envision the future and engage with their audience.
Founded in 2000 by Miguel Peixoto de Oliveira, Edigma is based in Lisbon and Braga, Portugal.
3. Ataboy Studios
Ataboy Studios is a design-driven production company with a strong emphasis on visual storytelling that focuses on live-action animation, 2D, 3D, CG, VFX, motion design, AR etc. Its creative collaboration of artists uses a variety of techniques to produce fresh content for brands worldwide.
Founded in 2011 by Vikkal Parikh, Ataboy Studios is based in NYC and New Zealand.
4. SyncVR Medical
SyncVR Medical is a Utrecht, the Netherlands-based company founded in 2018 by Floris van der Breggen.
On a mission to improve healthcare with its all-in-one Virtual/Augmented Reality platform, the startup is proud that 100+ healthcare organizations in six countries are now using its SyncVR Medical Platform to make a positive impact in healthcare with VR/AR.