Vuforia Augmented Reality Platform from PTC Will Support the Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses
Vuzix Enterprise Ready M300 to Empower the Workforce with Vuforia Capabilities
Vuforia support for the Vuzix M300 will give more than 350,000 Vuforia developers a new option for deploying AR solutions for enterprise use. The Vuforia installed base of more than 40,000 applications will be able to be adapted for use on the M300 Smart Glasses.
The Vuzix M300 is a personal display and wearable computing device that enables users to improve existing workflows and open new opportunities in industrial, medical, retail, supply chain, and remote help desk uses.
"The Vuzix M300 is a proven device for hands-free mobile computing in
the enterprise," said
"We are excited for our M300 Smart Glasses to be part of the Vuforia
Vuforia developers will be able to use existing tools including Unity
The Vuzix M300 is available now in most major regions worldwide. Vuforia official support for Vuzix M300 is expected to be made available to developers later this year.
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The Vuforia® platform is the most widely used software platform for augmented reality applications. For developers, it delivers a cross platform solution for attaching digital content to physical objects and environments. For consumers and businesses, it provides a communications solution for remote assistance and collaboration. For device makers, it delivers critical technology blocks that provide optimized experiences on rapidly evolving hardware technologies. Originally launched in 2011, Vuforia is supported by a global ecosystem of more than 350,000 developers and partners. Vuforia has enabled more than 40,000 applications for consumer and business use on a range of handheld and headworn devices.
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