The Lynx headset is a first of a kind of the new generation of augmented reality. Capable of both Virtual and Augmented Reality, the Lynx headset allows incredible new experiences and interactions with your environment.
With our patented technology, you can now see and interact with virtual objects freely in your real environment, in a way that today's technology does not permit.
As we are working with surgeons, industrial companies and defense actors, we strongly believe AR will change professional training, traceability and productivity in some workplaces.
Lynx has a lot under the hood: display, optics, sensors... All of it combined provides a great set of features with the modularity fitting your needs.
Stan is a 24 years old computer scientist. He is in charge of architecture and development of Lynx and founded the company.
He has been working on many differents topics from iOS development to Computer Vision, and already received multiple awards for his work including for the Lynx project.
After 35 years of a brilliant career in the French Air Force, Guillaume is now part of the Lynx project as CEO.
His experience in interfaces provides precious insights for the project as he oversees day-to-day operations.
Guillaume also helps in determining efficient use-cases using the Lynx headset for businesses and partners.
Guillaume was interested in Stan's project since they met and they share a common vision. Their combination of skills and experiences is what drives Lynx forward.
Proof of Concept, code name PARA, prototype providing the demonstration of the numerous capabilities of the project. A Patent is filed and Guillaume Gelée joins the project with Stan.
Stan and Guillaume start working with Prof. Nataf, head of cardio-vascular Service in Bichat Hospital in Paris.
The Lynx headset will be used for training future surgeons as well as helping during time-critical operations. An interface dedicated for surgeons, with eye-tracking, is being developed.
GFI Informatique, one of the European leaders in digital services, joins the team for mutual benefit in innovation. GFI provides a thorough knowledge in industrial digital needs and solutions.
GFI Informatique has been supporting Stan since the early beginnings of the project and is now taking part in the development as a partner and shareholder.
A custom hardware and software stack is developed for the project. The device becomes portable and SLAM is enabled. With a mobile CPU-GPU architecture and Unity3D as the main rendering engine, Lynx is ready to be battle tested to developers.
Stan was able to showcase the Lynx headset to Mounir Mahjoubi, French Secretary of State for Digital.
He was very interested in the capabilities of the headset and encouraged Stan to pursue the development of his startup.
During Photonics Europe, Stan is the only european student to receive an award for his publication about his work on Lynx.
His work was acknowledged by experts in the field during a challenge sponsored by Google, Facebook, Microsoft and other big players.
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