The Vision Engineering Tech Center will help get the company’s technologies into the hands of potential tech collaborators and customers, with the venue also supporting training and demonstration events.
The tech center includes 2,700-square-feet of collaborative and demonstration space. It will include Vision Engineering’s latest immersive, optical and digital products and components — including the recently launched Deep Reality Viewer (DRV) microscope, which boasts an ultra-high definition, glasses-free, 3D-stereo viewing system. The space has full 5G to allow Vision Engineering to show off existing real-time inter-site communication capabilities.
“We are excited to introduce this new collaborative tech space, which will place us at the center of one of the most exciting technology hubs in the world,” said Mark Curtis, Vision Engineering’s managing director, in a news release. “It will allow us to work closer with complementary companies to develop and expand new digital and optical technologies. As a company, we are very active in the developing immersive VR/AR/MR space, specializing in projecting real-time information to Industry 4.0, IoT (and) 5G and are very keen to partner with like-minded tech companies on the vibrant West Coast.”