Meta offers users a total augmented reality (AR) experience: - See, create, and interact with virtual objects and apps inserted in the real environment - Display with wearable glasses - Control with hand gestures
Meta's goal is to lead the next evolution of personal computing through augmented reality, replacing desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones with a more natural-to-use system set entirely in a pair of glasses.
Funding Rounds (4) - $73MUpdate
|Jul 21, 2016||PRNewswire UK All - Enterprise Fueling Growth for Augmented Reality Market|
|Jun 13, 2016||TechCrunch - Meta raises $50M more as it gears up for the next version of its AR headset, and China|
|Jun 13, 2016||Business Wire - Meta Raises Series B Funding to Accelerate the Delivery of Groundbreaking Augmented Reality Technology|
|Mar 3, 2016||techstory.in - Meta Launches Its AR Headset Meta 2 Which Brings Virtual World Into Reality|
|Feb 28, 2016||Business Insider Australia - An engineer replaced his 4 monitors with Meta glasses -- and it might be the future of work|
|Feb 22, 2016||Mobile Syrup - W|
|Feb 11, 2016||TechCrunch - Meta Hypes The Reveal Of Its ‘Futuristic’ Next-Gen Augmented Reality Glasses|
|Dec 23, 2015||PRNewswire All - Smart Augmented Reality Glasses: Head-Up Displays, Mixed Reality Holographic Displays, and Smart Helmets for Consumer, Enterprise, Industrial, Sports, Healthcare, and Public Safety Applications - Market Analysis and Forecasts|
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