U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Granted Patent on March 25 for Tonic3’s ‘Augmented Reality (AR) Platform’
DALLAS, April 20, 2023 (Newswire.com)
Tonic3, a leading provider of Enterprise User Experience and Engineering Solutions, recently announced a milestone. On March 25, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) granted a patent for its “Augmented Reality (AR) platform.”
The patent covers a unique method of processing augmented reality technology as a platform ecosystem, including specialized experience triggers and multi-device experience synchronization.
This is Tonic3’s first patent, made possible through the work of its XR Labs, a specialized research and publishing team focused on providing thought leadership and best practices to the extended reality (XR) industry. XR refers to immersive technologies, including virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality. AR is a set of technologies that allow users to visualize part of the real world through a technological device with graphical information added by the user.
“At our XR Labs, we focus on the end-user first by applying techniques and empirical models to create groundbreaking technology applications in augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and other related fields,” said Preston McCauley, Director of Innovation at Tonic3, about this recent and valuable achievement.
Tonic3 has been a leader in technology development for several years and works with clients from many industries. The patent grant reflects part of the company’s future as it combines UX expertise with cutting-edge technology and the ability to fully deliver solutions.
Tonic3 has been dedicated to humanizing digital connections for over 25 years, through insight-driven solutions in Enterprise UX, Development, and now AR/VR. The company has 100 full-time team members in the United States and Latin America, working with diverse clients across multiple verticals, ranging from Fortune 100 to funded startups.
Tonic3’s XR Labs is a specialized research and publishing team dedicated to bringing thought leadership to the extended reality (XR) industry, as well as recognizing and establishing XR best practices. From neurological and physiological impacts to XR research methodologies and design and coding processes that help deliver real-world XR experiences, XR Labs aims to build and share a knowledge base that encourages the growth of a digitally connected XR future for people around the world.