Monday, October 26

Apple Acquisitions

Apple Acquisitions, iPhone News

Apple has reportedly acquired Camerai from the machine vision and augmented reality company

Camerai, an Israel-based augmented reality and camera technology company, is believed to have been acquired and quietly shut down by Apple. TechCrunch is reporting. Formerly known as Tipit, the startup's employees have already joined Apple's computer vision team and the company's technology has been incorporated into Apple products. Since its founding in 2015, Camerai had raised about $ 5 million, including a $ 2.5 million round in 2017 and another $ 2.5 million undeclared in 2018. According to the Israeli newspaper Calcalist, Camerai was sold for several tens of millions of dollars following multiple approaches from various companies.“Their technology included the ability to detect different objects in the image and precisely delineate them to cosmetically alter them; ...