BadVR to Debut Wireless Signal Visualization App at AWE 2019
SeeSignal, an augmented reality app for Magic Leap, allows people to
view, analyze, and interact with the layers of digital signal data
LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/5G?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#5Glt;/agt;–Today, BadVR announced the first public showcase of ‘SeeSignal,’ an AR
app for visualizing Wi-Fi®, cellular, and Bluetooth® signals. This new
tool powers the discovery, planning, and improvement of next-generation
wireless systems within homes and offices.
SeeSignal addresses challenges faced by mobile network operators
deploying 5G and IoT. Complex coverage and antenna placement issues are
now solved in real-time, using an intuitive augmented reality interface.
“The era of 2D data has ended. With SeeSignal, the paradigm has shifted
and data is now fully immersive, interactive, and contextual,” said
Suzanne Borders, CEO & Founder of BadVR. “The BadVR team is honored to
partner with Magic Leap to announce SeeSignal and we look forward to
building innovative data tools for the Magicverse.”
BadVR developed this app in partnership with Magic Leap’s Independent
Creator Program Grant, releasing it via Magic Leap World this summer.
The first public demonstration will take place at Augmented World Expo
in Santa Clara, CA this week.
“Magic Leap’s Independent Creator Program was designed to assist
developers in building and launching groundbreaking spatial computing
experiences, and BadVR’s enterprise-focused SeeSignal app is a prime
example,” said Rio Caraeff, Chief Content Officer, Magic Leap.
“Together, we’re defining the next generation of computing, and valued
partners such as BadVR play an important role in demonstrating the
innovative new ways in which businesses and consumers can interact with
BadVR is the world’s first immersive data visualization platform. By
making big data more accessible, people and companies can discover and
identify hidden problems and opportunities, as well as make better
decisions, faster. Based in Marina Del Rey, BadVR allows people to –
quite literally – ‘step inside their data.’
About Magic Leap
Founded in 2011 by President & CEO Rony Abovitz, Magic Leap is a
technology company building the next computing platform. We are a team
of creators, engineers, scientists and artists reinventing everything
from commerce and entertainment to communications and productivity. Our
mission is to harmonize people and technology to create a better, more
unified world. Magic Leap is proudly headquartered in Plantation,