Magic Leap and other AR startups have a rough 2019 ahead of them – TechCrunch

Magic Leap and other AR startups have a rough 2019 ahead of them – TechCrunch

Very rarely does an early technology garner such an air of inevitability like AR has in the past few years. 2018 was supposed to be a year where the foundational tech for augmented reality was built out a bit and the industry took a couple big leaps. Things started off well-enough, but momentum really doesn’t seem be on the side of some of the industry’s heaviest hitters heading into 2019, suggesting that life for earlier-stage startups may not be much

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Enterprise AR is an opportunity to “do well by doing good”, says General Catalyst – TechCrunch

Enterprise AR is an opportunity to “do well by doing good”, says General Catalyst – TechCrunch

A founder-investor panel on augmented reality (AR) technology here at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin suggests growth hopes for the space have regrouped around enterprise use-cases, after the VR consumer hype cycle landed with yet another flop in the proverbial ‘trough of disillusionment’. Matt Miesnieks, CEO of mobile AR startup 6d.ai, conceded the space has generally been on another downer but argued it’s coming out of its third hype cycle now with fresh b2b opportunities on the horizon. 6d.ai investor General Catalyst‘s Niko Bonatsos

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