September 13, 2019 – Marlabs, Inc., a digital innovation firm that specializes in providing 360-degree digital transformation frameworks, has announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Glimpse Group, Inc. (Glimpse) via Divergence, the digital innovation lab of Marlabs, to collaborate on the development of Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR and AR) product and services.
The Glimpse Group is comprised of multiple VR and AR software & services companies, and is designed with the specific purpose of cultivating entrepreneurs in the VR/AR industry.
Divergence Labs and Glimpse will jointly implement next-gen VR and AR solutions for enterprises across different industry verticals. Divergence Labs will also provide a platform for Glimpse’s VR and AR companies to showcase their innovations and access a wider customer network and industry base.
Siby Vadakekkara, CEO of Marlabs, said: “Technology is transforming industries at a rapid pace. By far, typing and clicking, has given way to touch, allowing us to interact with information than with computers. Now, rapid advancements in VR and AR are leading us to the cusp of moving from beyond tactile experiences to immersive experiences. We call this ‘Invisible Interfaces’. This is the dawn of a new era of human-machine interaction, and the collaboration with Glimpse makes us future-ready.”
Lyron Bentovim, President & CEO of Glimpse, commented: “Glimpse’s companies offer a wide range of ROI-driven VR and AR solutions to businesses and organizations across industries including, Financial Services, Education, Training, Health Care, Branding, Food & Hospitality and Manufacturing. We are excited to announce this collaboration with Marlabs and believe it will facilitate and accelerate the integration of VR and AR solutions into enterprises looking to stay ahead of the curve.”
Image credit: Marlabs, Inc./The Glimpse Group
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