ThirdEye Brings Military-Level Augmented Reality Tech to the Commercial World at CES 2018
Augmented reality is being used by the DoD to improve how the warfighter communicates, trains and interacts with their surroundings. Now, this advanced military technology is available for the commercial and consumer worlds, set to debut at CES 2018.
Founded by Nick Cherukuri, ThirdEye Gen, Inc leverages their 20+ year pedigree developing AR technology for the military to serve enterprises, educational institutions, and consumers. The X1 Smart Glasses are a powerful workplace mobile AR device that allows users to experience another person’s point of view through live audio and video communication, with digital information placed directly in the user’s lens.
This advanced technology has the opportunity to recreate, test and solve the most complex enterprise and consumer challenges today. Whether it’s used by healthcare providers streaming annotated videos to a medical expert on-site, or by manufacturers looking to navigate a warehouse, ThirdEye’s X1 Smart Glasses and fully integrated Enterprise Software can be customized for any use case.
ThirdEye will showcase the X1 Smart Glasses at CES Las Vegas from the Augmented Reality Marketplace at Tech East in South Hall, Booth #21733 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The company will also be at CES Unveiled on January 7, 2018.
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