Merge, a leader in AR/VR products for consumers and educators, is showcasing its award-winning AR/VR Merge Cube and Merge Goggles at IFA as it seeks to expand distribution in Europe. Merge Cube is the world’s first holographic object you can hold in the palm of your hand. It combines the physical and digital worlds using augmented reality technology and offers a new platform for AR gaming, classroom learning and creating and sharing AR content.
MERGE Miniverse is a portal to virtual and augmented worlds with hundreds of curated AR/VR apps and experiences to choose from – many in French, Italian, German, Spanish for the European market, as well as Chinese. Apps allow users to examine fossils and ancient artifacts like an actual archaeologist, hold an entire solar system in their hands and extend mobile app experiences beyond the limitations of the phone screen. An SDK is available for software developers interested in creating apps for the Merge Cube.
The company’s product ecosystem allows kids aged 10+ to create AR content and experience the world around them in entirely new ways, while giving teachers new tools to increase student engagement, intellectual curiosity and classroom achievement. The company’s AR/VR technology is also being adapted for use by developers and companies in healthcare, environmental science and other industries. The firm is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, and sells its products globally, including localised versions of many of its parent-approved Miniverse apps.
KEY SELLING POINTS
- A new platform for AR gaming, classroom learning and creating and sharing AR content
- Hundreds of curated AR/ VR apps and experiences to choose from
- Ecosystem allows kids aged 10+ to create AR content
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