Ryan talking about reducing the friction of getting expert help to solve problems in your home using video streaming and AR. He also talks about the subtle art of the micro-pivot and wanting to be chased by ghosts.
Tom shares his belief in the potential for VR and AR to transform education. He discusses the challenges of being very early to market and shares some survival tactics relevant to non-game, consumer-focused VR companies.
Sanitago talks about audio augmented reality and why Bose is pushing the boundaries here. We also get into their AR platform and strategy, and the fifty million dollars they’ve set aside to accelerate the ecosystem around their technology.
Jameson discusses the profound impact of understanding precisely where we are in the world. His team is using the camera to create a new type of 3D map and figure out exactly where it is. Also: lessons learned from launching LaunchRock.
Ray believes technology exists to empower us as storytellers to transform our world. After a career in the video game industry, he’s enabling museums and galleries to transform into real life video games.
Martina is the founding partner at WXR Fund, and shares her perspective on gender diversity - both as a cultural and economic driver for good. We discuss the WXR Fund’s accelerator program as well Martina’s experiences raising money for the fund, and how it differed from raising money for a startup.
I take a look back at AR industry progress in 2018 and share a few thoughts about what I expect in 2019. I also reiterate why I believe AR Smartglasses will become the dominant computing platform of the future.
Ted - Futurist at Paramount and former first employee at RED Camera - talks about spatial entertainment, the current state of VR, the potential for AR, and how to think about the recent efforts of Magic Leap.
In this mashup from an earlier interview, Matt shares hard earned wisdom on handling the stresses of being a founder, how startups should work with big companies like Samsung or Google, and what early-stage VCs care most about. Plus, he adds some perspective on where the market is headed.
Erik describes his team’s efforts to bring AR to mobile web browsers, and his perspective on the the ingredients necessary for a breakout success in mobile AR. He also shares shares advice for fundraising, and a story about photobombing with David Hasselhoff.
Andy shares a vision for a world with greater abundance and a deeper connection between humans and computers. He also describes the unique insights that led to the creation of RealWear and how they are impacting the industrial worker today.
George shares some stories and lessons learned from the founders of Instagram, Whatsapp, Snapchat, Uber and others. We also dig into the real-time video segmentation done by the DeepAR SDK for face tracking and detection of gender, age, and emotion, and talk about the potential around e-commerce and advertising.
Martin describes the state of the mobile AR market 10 years ago as well as current market trends. We talk about enabling the perfect illusion in AR and the potential impact and some of the challenges of smartglasses.
Asher discusses his new gesture-based controller, called Mudra, that is worn around the wrist and senses hand and finger movement. We explore the history and future of using our hands to communicate with computers, including tomorrow’s smartglasses.
Caneel describes the most transformational moment in her life. She also shares a woman’s perspective and challenges unique to women executives. Then we really dig into company culture: why, when, and how to assess your culture and drive improvements.
Dana discusses how users are embracing mobile AR to create and share real-world interactions with virtual objects. She also shares lessons she drew from being an artist that have helped her in her life as an entrepreneur.