Leading augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) media corporation and Y-combinator’s innovative media start-up, Seerslab, has announced that they will be launching their ARGEAR platform at the AWE Conference in Santa Clara on May 31st. This will include the AR Software Development Toolkit (SDK) and the AR content platform called “ARGEAR”.
ARGEAR and its AR sticker content archive will allow developers around the world a way to convert camera features into Snapchat Lens with a variety of AR expressions within the space of a day. The platform will help in allowing companies to produce their content faster, all while ensuring it is ready for use within Snapchat Lens. Lollicam, an original app created by the team at Seerslab that introduced face-tracking sticker and cinematic effects was the concept that other companies, such as Snapchat and Facebook, have adopted.
“Seerslab is proud to help application developers around the world to easily adopt the AR technology and content on its application by providing them with its all-in-one ARGEAR platform,” said Michael Chong, CEO and Founder of Seerslab. “Seerslab will add more exciting AR contents by collaborating with Hollywood and global studios and provide more advanced AR features such as real-time segmentation and style transfer soon through its ARGEAR platform in the near future,” he added.
Located in Palo Alto, California, Seerslab are a media technology and content start-up that has been providing proven AR and mixed reality (MR) solutions and content to global smartphone and application makers for some time now. This includes being the AR contents partner of Samsung, providing a variety of AR stickers and effects on the default camera of the Samsung Galaxy smartphone series. The companies flagship application Lollicam has been downloaded over 10 million times, supporting the companies proven track record.
Seerslab also create technology and solutions for face recognition, face detection and tracking, 3D AR and dpeth AR, real-time segmentation and real-time beautification, all designed to work on a number of smartphones and devices. With their new ARGEAR platform, the company will be offering an all-in-one solution to adopy AR features into a product, all for free.
VRFocus will be sure to bring you all the latest on ARGEAR and Seerslab in the future, so stay tuned for more.