Atheer and ThirdEye Gen’s partnership on X2 Mixed Reality Glasses
In a press release dated December 23 2019, AREA member Atheer has completed its initial certification of its AR management platform for use on the new and innovative augmented reality device, ThirdEye Gen’s X2 Mixed Reality Glasses.
Initial certification paves the way for the availability of the award-winning, enterprise-grade Atheer “AR Management Platform” on the world’s lightest weight mixed reality glasses, the X2 Mixed Reality Glasses made by ThirdEye Gen, Inc.
This initial certification with ThirdEye’s head/gaze motion controls, audio commands, and gesture controls means that Atheer’s growing base of enterprise customers will soon have a new and exciting device to offer for its myriad use cases. ThirdEye’s Android-based X2 MR Glasses, the lightest weight mixed reality glasses on the market weighing just about 300 grams, offer a wide field of view with powerful sensors and advanced mixed reality features that are not available on monocular devices. The 13-megapixel camera on the X2 MR Glasses allows for HD video streaming of content. ThirdEye will also soon be offering cellular 5G compatibility which will allow technicians to use the glasses and software anywhere with built-in connectivity.
“It’s exciting to see Atheer, a well-established leader in the enterprise augmented reality market, complete initial certification of its award-winning AR management platform for use on ThirdEye’s X2 MR Glasses,” said Nick Cherukuri, Founder and CEO of ThirdEye. “We’re thrilled to be working with Atheer and together meeting what we know is a growing demand for enterprise AR across a broad range of use cases in vital industrial sectors including the automotive industry, telecommunications, aviation, and manufacturing.”
Atheer’s CEO, Amar Dhaliwal, is equally enthusiastic about the partnership. “We are thrilled about the initial certification of ThirdEye’s X2 Mixed Reality Glasses as it will soon give our customers access to a new, lightweight and more affordable binocular hands-free hardware option,” Amar said about the new device for their software.