VividQ is a deep tech software company with world-leading expertise in 3D holography, founded in 2017 in Cambridge (UK). The company offers its patented software to enable mass adoption of holographic display in AR/VR headsets, smartglasses, automotive head-up displays, and consumer electronics.
Technical co-founders of VividQ include engineers, mathematicians and computer scientists from the University of Cambridge, Oxford, and St Andrews. Collaboratively, they solved the biggest problem preventing commercial applications of holographic display in the past - the computational hurdle.
With seed funding, VividQ has grown its Commercial and Technical teams in Cambridge and London, made a full release of the software framework, and established the holographic display ecosystem through partnerships with chipmakers, display and hardware manufacturers in the US, Taiwan and Europe.
In March 2019, VividQ announced Suir Valley Ventures as the lead of their £3m investment round (yet to be completed). The news was shared by The Times and Business Weekly amongst others.
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