REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The full video presentation of Meta Founder and CEO Meron Gribetz’s preview of Meta’s new generation of augmented reality (AR) technology at the TED 2016 conference was released today by the leadership of the TED Conference. It can be found online at www.metavision.com and at www.TED.com.
The presentation, which Forbes reported as “dazzles TED crowd” and received a standing ovation from TED attendees, dramatically showcases the capabilities of the Meta 2 Development Kit, which was launched two weeks ago and is available for pre-order at $949 at www.metavision.com.
Meta 2’s see-through headset is based on extensive neuroscience research and is the first AR product designed from the ground up to support the way people are built to behave and think. Meta 2 offers numerous capabilities only available with the Meta platform, including the widest field of view, the most intuitive access to digital information, and support for direct hand interaction with digital content and holograms.
Born in NYC and raised in Silicon Valley, Meta has been defining the field of Augmented Reality (AR) since the company’s inception in 2012. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Meta was selected by Y Combinator (YC13) for seed funding. Meta entered the marketplace with the first see-through glasses that allowed wearers to move and manipulate 3D content intuitively, using natural hand interactions. With the introduction of the groundbreaking Meta 2 product at TED 2016, Meta is once again redefining the market and delivering a new generation of natural machines that will become a healthy, vital extension of who we are.