Following the announcement that ThirdEye will ship the MRI glasses Gen X2 in September ThirdEye has developed an app that allows soldiers to use their weapons in battle situations.
The company just posted a short clip of a soldier with the smartglasses app. It works with a box-like heads-up display mounted on the Picatinny rail of a weapon.
The PAWS (Processor Aided Weapon Sight) heads-up display is coupled with the ThirdEye Smartglasses X1 or X2 to provide information to persons looking through the weapon's scope, detailing factors such as wind speed, altitude, weather conditions and distance to the weapon Aim. ThirdEye developed the app exclusively for military use via the mobile Android platform.
Currently, the company has military orders for the X2 through the authorized reseller of ThirdEye headsets to the government, BANC3 who had previously secured funding from the US government for developing an AR training tool for live fire removal.
Together, ThirdEye Gen and Banc3 Have Agreements with Various Governments and Authorities The US Department of Defense is to use the X2 for training, remote assistance, and custom use cases.
Considering its leading role as an AR solution in the military arena, the company has also targeted Microsoft as a competitor.
In the past few months, Microsoft has landed a $ 480 million US Army order to test Hololens 2 with soldiers in the field.
In addition to the military orders, Nick Cherukuri, founder of ThirdEye Gen, told Next Reality that the company currently has X2 orders for manufacturing Boeing products, Raytheon, General Dynamics. Robbins Air Force Base and others.
"We are currently working on [those companies] while testing and developing software for them," said Cherukuri. "Our goal is to become the best-known Smartglasses in the AR and MR industries."