Nasdaq First North-listed Crunchfish enters collaboration with Lenovo New Vision, part of Chinese Lenovo Group, to enable gesture control in their applications intended for use on their AR glasses.
Lenovo New Vision will integrate Crunchfish’s software in a selection of commercial AR applications and conduct a field trial among prioritized clients on how gesture interaction will improve the efficiency and usability of the AR applications.
Lenovo New Vision offers the market an AR eco-system including both AR smart glasses, software applications and full backend solution. The applications of relevance in the suite includes iAiD, a remote expert service, and iWorkflow providing a step by step instruction service.
With a large portfolio of customers in the industry, public sector, Medicare and tourism, Lenovo New Vision aims to offer the most efficient and useful AR applications on the market. In this ambitious pursue they have identified gesture control as a crucial part of the total user experience.
Lenovo New Vision has the right to integrate Crunchfishs software for gesture control in their AR-applications and smart glasses to conduct real-life tests on how their applications can be optimized for gesture control.
“We have identified and believe that the user experience is crucial for the success when clients are using our AR turn-key solution. Gesture interaction is an important step for us in our effort to create AR-applications that are fully user centric,” says Lu Dongyun, CTO of Lenovo New Vision
“We are very proud that a global AR player like Lenovo New Vision intends to deploy our software in their AR applications for field tests. By adding touchless gestures to the experience, I believe the user can take full advantage of the AR applications,” says Joakim Nydemark, CEO at Crunchfish.
Video on the new interaction product in AR smart glasses from Crunchfish
Watch the video on the new product specially designed for interaction with AR smart glasses
Crunchfish develops and markets Augmented Reality technology for m-commerce and industrial and social applications. Our software makes it possible to control electronics with gestures and enables AR in any third-party application. Crunchfish’s technologies are licensed to both hardware manufacturers and application developers and are currently available in devices and applications from global players. Crunchfish is listed on Nasdaq First North since 2016. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Sweden. Visit crunchfish.com for more information.
About Lenovo New Vision
Lenovo New Vision, a subsidiary of Lenovo Capital and Incubator Group, is exclusively dedicated to the AR industry. Its predecessor, NBD, launched its first-generation of AR smart glasses, the C100 in 2014, and is among the first to feature an integrated AR software/hardware solution in China. Its business covers industry, public security, Medicare, tourism as well as other sectors.